I completed the mock exam of Mala Gupta's book and now before purchasing a simulator, I would like to be able to understand even the questions that do not seem to be part of the syllabus in order to get a more accurate score. Could someone please tell me what topics should I study?
I have read in various posts the following topics: wrapper class, ternary operator, multi-catch and chained exception, System.arraycopy. Could be enough? Thanks for the help
My suggestion in this case would be to not worry about these topics right now. The explanations given for the questions on these topics include everything that you need to know for the purpose of the exam. If you read and understand them (when you encounter these questions), you will be fine.
If you still want to learn before hand:
wrapper class, ternary operator : just google
multi-catch and chained exception : There is no question on these in our question bank.
System.arraycopy : JavaDoc API description of the method is enough
Hey--heads up everyone--I took the exam today and the blasted ternary operator was actually on there! Also "Integer" wrapper. Passed, don't want to discuss score.
Paul-I want to apologize--I wish I had never ordered WhizLabs and wasted my time taking 3 practice exams, 3 days in a row--and about a third of the questions were about things not on this exam. To top it off the questions were in broken English and the answers were in SUCH poor English that some were impossible to understand.
So the day before the exam I took one Enthuware exam and loved it! There were only a few off-topic questions, not as many as Whizlabs, and the explanations were terrific! If only I had time to do even one more exam, I think I would have aced it.
Anyway, on to the second exam. To redeem myself! And this time using Enthuware.