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last minute tips?

 
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Hi all
I would like to get some last minute tips for SCJP exams.
Any suggestions,information regarding the exam environment,paper given for rough work, timing, tension build-up, any traps(!),after-exam tips, and so on .
Thanks.
 
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My advice to you is to relax. When I took my test I was a bit tense. I skipped the first 10 questions and thought that I'd never pass. Then I settled down and did fine. So just relax. The exam is very fair, and you have plenty of time. Make sure you get a good rest before hand.
good luck.
-Sean
 
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Make sure you have reviewed file constuctors and file hierarchy, threads and language fundamentals.

 
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As Sean said, the keyword is "relax". Give ur exam with a cool head. Best of Luck
Aakanksha
 
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I really want to know about the sheet of paper given for rough work.
Thanks.
 
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