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PASSED SCJP with 100% marks....

 
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Ahhhh....finally i am really glad that two months of complete dedication paid of.....since the last two months i have been studying for SCJP only...my summer vacations are going on, so i thought that this would be the best time to get certified.......
Today i took my SCJP exam and i scored 100% ....

now my compiler will be finally releived for few days... ... and the JVM will have some great work to do...

But i will like to ask one question.....in my score card it is written that i can verify my score from sun's database using the REGISTRATION NUMBER and SITE NUMBER printed on it....but when i am submitting these info on the site http://www.certmanager.net/sun/ it tells no such student information found.....why is it so??...

i have my score card which the prometric centre gave me right after i finished my exam....anyone who has got the same problem please reply back soon.....
 
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Congrats and keep up the good work
 
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Congrats
 
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congrats. i also want to clear Sun Certified Java Programmer exam.could you guide on how to prepare for it and what all books to refer??? I'll be really greatful to you.
hoping for an early reply....
 
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Wow.... Fabulous score.... Congrats....
 
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Awesome!

-Cameron McKenzie
 
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Congrat! What's your secret ingredient. I'm currently preparing using Kathy and Bert's SCJP 5.0 book.
 
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Howdy, Greenhorn!

I think that book IS the secret ingredient. Read the book, do the exercises, write lots of code, and do mock exams. You'll get there in time!

For the best starter info, check out the SCJP Faq.

Good luck!

-Cameron McKenzie
 
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Congratulations !!
 
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