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ration of Questions in exam.

 
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From the following section what would be the ratio of question in SCJP exam. Meaning how many questions will come from which section out of 61 likewise, what section should I cover strongly before exam. Thanks.
Section 1: Declarations and Access Control
Section 2: Flow control, Assertions, and Exception Handling
Section 3: Garbage Collection
Section 4: Language Fundamentals
Section 5: Operators and Assignments
Section 6: Overloading, Overriding, Runtime Type and Object Orientation
Section 7: Threads
Section 8: Fundamental Classes in the java.lang Package
Section 9: The Collections Framework
 
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Everyone's exam is going to be different -- some people get a lot of Threads questions -- others get a bunch of Inner Classes questions -- some folks get a lot of Exception Handling stuff.
I guarantee you'll get a couple questions from each topic, but beyond that -- its up to the random question gods. So -- my best advice is to have a good understanding of all of it!
 
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