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Passed the OCEJWCD 6 with 73%

 
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First of all i would like to thanks this community for all the information posted on this forum.

All my information about exams preparation i obtained from here.

I started to prepare for this certification an the end of July this year immediately after taking OCJP6 and i had 1 mount of pause for holidays and some job interviews. I didn't had so much time to prepare (maximum 3/4 hour per day). I read HF2 only once and invested in the Enthuware mocks (my average score is around 80%). Also read some servelet 3.0 specification fragments and took Nullhaus mock a day before the exam.

Because i was really time pressed (i obtained that job and for following months i will be very busy) i decided to take my chances. I am sure a i could have done better the 80% on the real exam if only i had reviewed my answers ... but i wasn't in good mood and with all the risks i clicked finish.

I don't know if is important regarding the exam preparation but i had a little more than one year of job development experience background in servlets and jsps.

Once again, thank you all.
 
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Congrats Ghita,

Can you share your opinion about the complexity of the questions? Were they harder than the Enthuware mock exams?
I am curious if you bought Enthuware mock exams for previous version 5 too? I was thinking of buying both versions in order to practice a little more, but do you think that tests for version 6 are enough.
If you have some more spare minutes I would be glad to hear know how many questions did you get about asynchronous processing and were they involved and tricky.

Thanks in advance
 
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Hey Stoian,

I bought Enthuware for 1Z0-894 OCE Java EE 6 JSP and Servlet Developer Exam. A lot of the exam question where similar with Enthuware mocks (somewhere around 70%) and i appreciate the difficulty levels as being also very similar. I don't remember the precise number of questions about asynchronous processing but there weren't more than 10 and most of the tricks are covered by Nullhaus and Enthuware. I believe that HF2, Enthuware and Nullhaus mocks are just enough to pass this exam on the fly, much better that i did. Just take your time with missed questions and be sure you understand the subject and why you failed (i didn't, that the explanation for my score).

Thanks.


 
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Thanks for the response Ghita, I appreciate the information.
 
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Congrats
 
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HI
Can you share the mocks related to IZO-894 as I am planning to give it in first week of october?Appreciate your quick response.

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  • Free: Nullhaus mock
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