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New Version of Mock Exam

 
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The new version of my mock exam is available at the URL contained in my signature. The new version has the same set of two Basic Exams and also a set of 144 questions distributed across ten topic specific exams and alternatively organized as a set of eight comprehensive exams.
This new version has 43 new questions relative to the old version. Most of the new questions are concentrated in three new topics: Constructors, Strings, and StringBuffers. The three new topics can be found on the Topic Exam page or you can find all 43 questions organized as a set of two exams on the New Questions page.
My exams are very difficult. First time visitors are encouraged to start with the set of two Basic Exams. Try the Topic Exams next and use them as you work through your study guide chapter-by-chapter. For example, if you complete a chapter that covers inheritance, then try the Inheritance exam. The Comprehensive Exams should be saved for last. Those that have already completed my exams should try the New Questions page.
The answer pages contain explanations for the answers and links to reference materials such as the Java Language Specification and a link back to this message board.
My home page contains a set of exams organized by date. Always use the latest version since the older versions may be deleted without notice.
 
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