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Am I ready for the exam..?

 
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Guys please help me out here..
my whizlabs mock exam scores are
practice exam 1--->40%
practice exam 1--->44%
practice exam 3--->54%
practice exam 4--->68%
final exam score is 55%
and the scores for K&B mock exam are 61%(master exam-1) and
68%(master exam 2).
please tell me whether i am ready to take the exam..?
thank you.
 
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If I remember correctly the pass mark for SCJP 5 is 59% so you'd want to be getting at least that in the mock exams.

It is generally considered that the mock exams are tougher than the real exams and some people say that the mock exams are worth 10% more on the real exams.
 
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Hi Deepaks

I'm in your position, hoping to take the exam for SCJP 5 in the next few weeks, thought I'd share my thoughts.

I've decided that I'm not going to register for the exam until I'm consistently getting over 75% in the mock exams, because I don't want to have any big weaknesses that the real exam might just focus on on the day.

Cheers and good luck!

Paul
 
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