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I will take the ExamLab Final Test tomorrow and will also take MasterExams.
I am planning on taking the OCPJP6 on Monday.
Judging by the exam lab scores if I do as planned approximately how will I score in the REAL Exam?
Thankyou all for replying I am feeling a bit confident now. I got disappointed by not even passing in the examlab tests. That
score report- passing percentage-65% and your percentage- just once 65%...49 FAIL ...52 59 58 . After 3 hours of continued efforts this is the result I get
Gari Jain wrote:I donot want to just pass the exam.
If you are really not looking only to pass the exam, that's really great.
If that so, you really don't need to compare your examlab scores with a ready-for-exam score. Perhaps, you should happy about getting low scores, because a low score implies that you can learn many new things by reviewing that exam. When reviewing, you must clearly figure out everything what went wrong. Try to prepare a list of new things that you learned by reviewing the exam. You can use this kind of strategy for learning for the sake of learning, not just for the sake of exam. Accordingly, that should well-prepare you towards the exam too.