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Where can i find the mock exam?

 
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I have learned the "Complete Java 2 Certification Study Guide"
Now I want to take some mock exams to know wheather I can pass
the scjp exam.Where can I find it?
 
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Hi Liu.
You can find the bigest links collection of mock exam at this site http://www.javaranch.com/mock.jsp
My advice, try first Marcus Green mock exams 1,2,3
And i see you in China, so u can't access some materials at www.tripod.com or www.geocities.com. Try connect to that sites throw www.siegesoft.com service.
Enjoy.
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IMHO the best way is to read the FAQ from this thread
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Thanks a lot!
 
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