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Nobody wins the Masters the first time they play golf. Nobody gets recruited by the Toronto Maple Leafs the first time they strap on skates. To be good at anything, you have to practice, and to become SCJA Certified, you have to practice hard. If you want to pass the Sun Certified Java Associate exam, you have got to practice, and no other resource on the market will empower you to pass the exam like this one: The SCJA Exam Questions Guide.To pass the SCJA certification exam, you've got to be ready for the tricky and challenging questions Sun will throw at you. Get prepared by getting The SCJA Exam Questions Guide, and hone your Java skills on over 300 exam inspired questions.LASER SHARP COVERAGE OF EACH EXAM OBJECTIVEThe book starts off with an in depth look at each of the objective sections of the SCJA exam. For each top level objective, twenty or more, highly focused, exam inspired, mock exam questions are thrown at the SCJA candidate. The questions are then thoroughly answered in impressive detail, explaining not only why the given answer is correct, by why other options are incorrect as well. After covering all eight sections of the SCJA exam, the reader has been challenged with over 160 exam related questions, effectively preparing the candidate for the SCJA test sitting. But the testing of the candidate doesn't stop there! HIGHLY TARGETED MOCK EXAM QUESTIONSFrom there, the reader is taken through three, twenty question, mock SCJA exams. The SCJA exam can be broken down into three separate sections: understanding Java technologies, understanding object-oriented analysis and design, and basic Java syntax. A twenty question mock exam is dedicated to each of these sections. Following this, the reader is challenged on 15 Java 1.5 related questions, 15 fundamental questions, and finally, a 51 question, mock exam simulation. The Equivalent of More Than 6, Full, SCJA Exams in total!!

Book Details

  • Physical Description: 401 pages
  • Edition Info: Paperback; 2007-02-15

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