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what mistakes I made during the exam preparation that I passed today

 
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Hi all!
I prepared the exam using Mala Gupta manual + Enthuware & Whizlabs practical tests.
I carefully read many Q & As written on this forum and I found them very interesting: I would like to thank you all for your valuable advice.
I took about three months to prepare this exam that I passed today with a score of 81%.

I think the manual and tests have allowed me to study in depth java basics. All the topics in the manual are described in a very clear way and the Enthuware and Whizlabs practice tests helped me tremendously.
Two days ago I did the last Whizlabs test, I got a score of 72% and yesterday I re-read the entire manual.
Last night I slept well and this morning I started the examination at 10.30.

I made two major mistakes during the exam preparation and I describe them so maybe it can help you in your preparation.
I tried the test twice: the first time I studied for a month and I tried the exam after reading the manual only once and doing only some exam tests found on the internet. Before the first attempt I didn't do Whizlabs and Enthuware tests and I got a score of 55%: I had the impression that my preparation was still confused.
So I reread the manual two other times and I did all the Whizlabs & enthuware tests.
To prepare The OCP Java SE 7 Programmer certification as the first step I will study very carefully the manual without wasting time with the exam tests found on the internet and after that I will do the practice tests.

I believe that studying java in depth is very useful because we do not want to miss the beginning of the age of spiritual machines ...

Thanks again
Luca





 
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congratulation for your success luca wagner
 
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Congratulations, champion!

Thanks for sharing your experience!

PS. Don't forget to add your name to the OcajpWallOfFame
 
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Hi,

Can you please put some lines on the overall difficulty of new exam with 70 questions pattern??
 
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Satya D Prasad wrote:Can you please put some lines on the overall difficulty of new exam with 70 questions pattern??


Not possible, he took the exam before the 70 questions pattern was applied.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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