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    Default Java Standard Edition 6 Programmer Certified Professional - 1Z0-851 (310-065)

    Anyone have any thoughts on the difficulty of this exam? I'm taking it for WGU ANV1 - Software I.

    I recently took the MTA 98-363 Web Dev. Fundamentals (C#) and passed with a 93%. I found it relatively easy. I do scripting at work in VBScript and PowerShell everyday. A lot of people on the WGU forums said this was the hardest test most would have to take their whole degree but I'm not sure if they were BS-IT Software Focus. I'm trying to gauge how much preparation I should spend.

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    SCJP Sun Certified Programmer for Java 6 Exam 310-065Katherine Sierra, Bert Bates

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    OCP Java SE 6 Programmer Practice Exams (Exam 310-065) (Certification Press)Bert Bates, Katherine Sierra

    Are these decent resources for this cert? Any thoughts on how to go about studying for this?

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    Oracle Certified Professional, Java SE 6 Programmer Preparation Article | Online Exam and Certification Preparation

    This article explains about scjp 6 preparation simply.

    I practice with their training lab simulator mock exam. EPractize labs study guide under basic sessions and mock exam is very helpful for my preparation.

    Good luck for your preparation.
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    Hello

    If I do not have background knowledge in JAVA, should I start from a JAVA text book first?

    Thank you
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    I would suggest taking a Java class, or at least an online video course where you can ask questions. Do you have a programming background at all?
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    I have learned C++. What kind of JAVA class you recommend? Thanks!
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    Well, a beginning Java class, of course.


    But it really depends on you. If you learn better from books then you should pick up a beginning Java programming book that looks appealing to you. It really helps to have a friend who is already an experienced Jana programmer too.
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