Cleared SCJP5 yesterday. Thanks a lot for K&B5 book. Also thank you people and this great site.
I did well in the first one and a half hour. Then I felt a little thirsty, but drink wasn't permit during test. It gave me a little trouble in understanding the rest questions. My score is too low, only 63%. Anyway I passed it.
Here's my preparation. I got the K&B5 book in later March. I read it twice, tested snippets and did self test at the fist time, and made notes at the second time. Then I did mock exams and read online material for 10 days. I did full-time preparing.
Is it a real policy of Prometric like no drink and white paper during exam? Thanks for advance.
Hi, Congratualtions on Clearing TIGER Edition of Java. I am also preparing for the exam. Please share your comments and throw some suggestions how to prepare for the exam?? How long did you spent daily to complete the 798 pages of K&B.How did you revised it. What are all the mock exams have you gave?? Please give us some mock engine for 5.0.... Thanks in Advance...
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Originally posted by Jegon Jeganathan Renganathan: I am also preparing for the exam. Please share your comments and throw some suggestions how to prepare for the exam?? How long did you spent daily to complete the 798 pages of K&B.How did you revised it. What are all the mock exams have you gave?? Please give us some mock engine for 5.0....
Hi Jegon: I read a Java book from beginning to intermediate two years ago, and it gave me Java concepts.
For the preparation, I spent about 37 days. 28 days for reading. Three days went through chapter 1 of an ebook "Think in Java 3rd Edition". After receiving the K&B5 book, I spent 16 days reading it for the first time. I practised every single code and did all the self test. Then another 9 days reviewing the book, made index cards for Two-minute-Drill and took notes for what I thought very important or not so clear. Also did the self test again. I am doing part-time job, so most of these days, I studied full-time, most about 6-8 hours per day, even more sometime. 9 days for mock exams and notes. Took notes for the trick questions.
Quick through self test, index cards and own notes before exam.