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The chapter dealing with inheritance and polymorphism struck me as a bit rushed. There's a couple of places where the answers don't seem to match the questions, as if the author changed his mind about the ordering and didn't check the changes thoroughly enough.
It's notable that this book does deal with the new features in Java, such a string-valued switch statements and multi-catch exceptions. There aren't many exam books covering these subjects yet.
I would guess that the author doesn't have English as a first language. The English is pretty good, to be fair, but it would benefit from a good English-speaking technical editor.
On the whole, worth the money; but with the faults I wouldn't have wanted to pay any more.
The way that the author groups the questions into topics is really good. And the overall quality of questions and explanations of answers is excellent and well written. I only noticed 2 main mistakes which were in the answer section: Page 149 and 157 (sections 1.3 and 1.11) 'synchronyzed' has wrong spelling.
The questions are designed to be hard, and some are very hard. But it's a learning aid to help you with the exam.
There are only 120 questions in total, which is not really enough. I found that using additional practice exams from Whizlabs helps as well, to practice the topics that were learned in the book.
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Otherwise the questions are tricky and answers describe solutions well. Each one helps you understand obscure rules in Java a little better.