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exam prepration

 
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hello

i have learned some java and want to pass scjp exam.
how should i start ?
what is syllabus ?
where can i find mock exams ?
does this exam same in all world ?

can anybody help me please ?
 
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1. Download e-book or buy book. I think most of Java books for Sun Certified Java Programming are pretty good. Oracle has just released their Java 7 certification book as well. Its your choice.

2. Objectives can be viewed for Java SE 7 Programmer I

3. The book you will buy will most likely have mock exams. You can buy EPractize Labs exams for practice or any other practice exams will do. Practice & Understanding of Java Programming concepts is the key for passing exams.

4. Well Java exam standard is the same all over the world.

Hope this will help.
 
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