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eBook Cameron McKenzie's SCJA Certification Exam Questions Guide First Edition Formerly ExamScam ePub

by Cameron McKenzie

  • ISBN: 1598726420
  • Category: Certification
  • Subcategory: Computers
  • Author: Cameron McKenzie
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: SCJA Certification Mock Exam Simulation Publishing; 1st edition (February 15, 2007)
  • Pages: 401
  • ePub book: 1853 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1385 kb
  • Other: mobi azw mobi docx
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 134

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by Cameron McKenzie (Author).

by Cameron McKenzie (Author). Passing the SCJA exam without this book is like running a marathon without shoes; It is possible, but I certainly would not want to do it. Not only does this book prepare you for the exam, but the way the questions are asked and answered will deepen your knowledge and understanding of Java. -Sonia Simpson - Senior Project Manager. Cameron McKenzie is the head kingpin of an internationally respected car theft and human trafficking ring working out of Oshawa, Ontario, Canada.

Sun Certified Java Associate Exam Questions Guide by Cameron McKenzie. I already have your book and I read it completely and took mock test in CD. While waiting on Cam McK mock exam book, I bought Wizlabs mock simulator and working on that

Sun Certified Java Associate Exam Questions Guide by Cameron McKenzie. While waiting on Cam McK mock exam book, I bought Wizlabs mock simulator and working on that.

To pass the SCJA certification exam, you've got to be ready for the tricky .

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 350 exam inspired questions - the equivalent of SEVEN FULL SCJA EXAMS! . LASER SHARP COVERAGE OF EACH EXAM OBJECTIVE The 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.

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Scja sun certified java associate exam questions guide by cameron mc kenzie passing exam cx 310-019 (scja series).

Nobody wins the Masters the first time they play golf. Cameron Mckenzie's SCJA Exam Questions Sun Certified Java Associate Certification Www. scja. com : Hundreds of Simulated Exam Questions for the SCJA Certification Exam. by Cameron W. McKenzie. Nobody gets recruited by the Toronto Maple Leafs the first time they strap on skates.

I am studying for this exam now as it is my next to last course for WGU! I am currently using the Prosoft Java Programming Fundamentals student guide and the Cameron McKenzie SCJA book. My plan is to take this exam the 2nd week in July and I will give feedback once it is done

I am studying for this exam now as it is my next to last course for WGU! I am currently using the Prosoft Java Programming Fundamentals student guide and the Cameron McKenzie SCJA book. My plan is to take this exam the 2nd week in July and I will give feedback once it is done. CCIE Sec: Starting Nov 11.

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 OBJECTIVE

The 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 QUESTIONS

From 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!!

Comments

Anayajurus Anayajurus
Great book for helping an experienced developer get ready for the SCJA exam. I failed the test once but now after reading the book I'm certain I will pass the exam when I take it again.

There are however, a lot of problems with this book. First of all, the author clearly published the book without actually reading it cover to cover and running a spell check on it. He doesn't know how to spell asterisk, confuses backslashes with forward slashes, in an exercise asks you to replace a blanked out line when there's no blanked out line in the sample code. In the sample questions, many answers refer to information that was not covered in the chapter material.

In the JDK section he mentions in the beginning that it's very hard to locate and install the development kit when in the chapter he repeatedly calls it by a name different than it's referenced on Sun's web site (SDK when Sun calls it a JDK) then never makes any mention of how to avoid the problems he alluded to in the beginning of the chapter. Just install the software then add the bin folder to the path environment variable - all problems solved.

Don't be fooled thinking its a serious book when you see it's 400 pages, it's really only about 3.5 inches wide, so 400 pages goes a long way when the book is so small.
romrom romrom
I just wanted to repeat the review that I wrote for the SCJA Certification Guide, as I used both of them to study, and pass, the SCJA exam. I only got these books three weeks ago, and along with the authors website, used these books as pretty much my only certification resource. Together, the two books were a very powerful combination, and with relatively little background in alot of the important certification categories, I managed to actually score with 100% in those sections I thought I was worst at. These two books get the credit.

Definitely the books you want if you need to get certified, and don't want to waste any time with fluff or filler. Great books!

After taking three weeks to study, using this book, and the corresponding SCJA Questions Book, and with little prior Java knowlege, passed the SCJA exam this morning.

The SCJA Guide is perfect for anyone trying to learn the long laundry list of things you need to know to pass the exam. Everything from EJBs to JNDI to Servlets and MIDlets are covered, in just the right depth needed to pass the exam. There is so much to cover for this exam, that if you go too deep, you'll be studying forever. But, if you don't go deep enough, you'll get killed on the client, server and middle-tier technology questions, of which there are alot. (I scored 100% on all of those sections. I thank the book for that!)

The book covers the basics of Java syntax, and the various Java 1.5 stuff you need to get certified, although there isn't a huge amount of Java 1.5 stuff of the exam. I saw a few questions that asked for the syntax of an enum type, but that was it. No generics or autoboxing or anything like that, which is pretty much exactly what the book covered. Again, these books work hard to teach you the ins and outs of the technology, and what you need to know for the exam.

Of course, the book is more than just a book that teaches you just the exam topics. After reading this book, you'll have a much better appreciation for what Java can do, where Java's place is in the market, and, for that matter, what Java isn't good at. The author has a real passion for Java, which you can tell after reading just a few pages, but at the same time, is real and honest about the limitations of the technology. Also, the odd cynical comment, and funny jab at the technology really took the edge off the huge amount of content covered in this book.

I will say this: if you have never, ever, ever programmed before, of have never ever written a line of Java code, this book will not get you passed in 3 weeks. There is a bit of an expectation that you understand what basic flow control is in a computer programming language, and what basic C++ or Java syntax looks like. I hate to say it, but you could never transfer from a career as a librarian, pick up this book, and get certified in 3 weeks. If you are completely new to programming, and have never written any Java code before, I'd recommend Head First Java, or even a Dummies book on programming first. But, if you have a little bit of a background in Java, and you want to learn all the things you need to know in order to get certified, while learning alot of interesting stuff about Java in the process, then definitely get this book, and bookend it with the SCJA Questions book by the same author, and maybe even Head First Java.

A great book, an awesome couple of Java books, and an easy way to get certified fast, which is exactly what I wanted.
Tygralbine Tygralbine
I'd read a few two star reviews of this book, but decided to pick it up anyways, as it was only one of two SCJA books on the market. Well, apparently it was a new 'printing' of the book that I got, because the book didn't have any of the problems other reviews had mentioned.

The book has over 400 pages of exam questions and detailed answers. The questions are arranged in a way that test you, but also help you learn by pointing out subtle differences between code snippets, technologies, and product implementations. Each question is asked, and then later answered, with fully in depth answers that not only help you learn, but give you a laugh or two as well.

I also went through all of the code snippets with a compiler, just to prove to myself what works and what doesn't. I'd suggest people make sure they use a JDK 1.5 compiler, the one the exam is targeted to, or else you might get some incorrect results. When using a JDK 1.5 compiler, I didn't find a single code based question that was answered differently to what my own compiler produced.

The book is broken down in a way that is very conducive to learning. Each objective section is given about 25 questions. This is great for planning to go through each objective a day for about a week.

Then, there are 3, 15 questions exams, that cover the three broad ranges of questions on the exam, with those being Object Oriented Programming, Java Fundamentals, and Client and Server technologies. These exams are tough, but totally like the actual exam. I suggest taking a day for each of these exams, and going over them again several times before taking the exam.

There are then 3, 20 question exams, that simulate the actual variety of questions on the exam. These exams are good to do in a single day, and get a feel of how prepared you are for the final.

There are a few other mini-exams based on equals and assignment operators, and Java 1.5 concepts.

There is also a final exam of 51 questions that will tell you how prepared you are for the real thing. If you can get a good 75% on this exam, you'll be good for the real thing.

The fact is, this is a complete and total resource for getting SCJA certified. If you can answer all the questions in the book, I really can't see how you can't pass the SCJA exam with a killer score. I used the book myself, and have passed it around to a few friends in my class, and it helped all of us pass the exam the first time around. Everyone scored in the high 80's or low 90's.

As I said, it's a total resource for getting SCJA certified. If you want to really get prepared for the exam, this is the one book you need.