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OCA/OCP Java SE 7 Programmer I & II Study Guide - another question

 
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Hi Kathy / Bert,

In terms of questions, style and difficulty, how would OCP 7 compare to, say, SCJP 1.4 or greater? And has your book been adapted to any new style of questions we could face?

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Well I'm not Kathy nor Bert but when Oracle took over, there are only multiple choice (single or multiple answers) type of questions. No drag and drop ... what other types were there. Long time.
 
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I remember the famous drag-and-drop questions when taking SCJP5 and SCJP6 if memory serves me right. They were actually a nice alternation to the multiple choice questions. But now it's only multiple choice questions having a single or multiple correct answers.
 
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