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Which are the best web to perform mock test of 1Z0-808?

 
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Hello, I am studying to get the certification of Java 8 OCA 1Z0-808, I would like to know which is the best web to perform smoke test.

Thank you very much.
 
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Hi Silvia Mdr,

First of all, a warm welcome to CodeRanch!

Silvia Mdr wrote:Hello, I am studying to get the certification of Java 8 OCA 1Z0-808, I would like to know which is the best web to perform smoke test.


In the OcajpFaq (besides other very useful information) and this thread you'll find an overview of all available (free and commercial) resources (study guides, mock exams, video courses,...) to thorougly prepare yourself for the certification exam. And on the OcajpWallOfFame you'll find plenty of (links to) experiences from other ranchers (including resources they have used). So it can be useful to determine which resources are useful (and which are not).

On the OcpjpWallOfFame you'll find some stories about the experiences of other ranchers who have passed the OCPJP certification exam. And you'll probably find a lot of useful information in the OcpjpFaq as well. And if you have some doubts or questions, don't be shy and share them in the OCPJP forum.

Hope it helps!
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A smoke test is testing code to see it doesn't blow up. Which doesn't apply to a certification exam. Did you mean a different word perhaps?
 
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Roel De Nijs wrote:
In the OcajpFaq (besides other very useful information) and this thread you'll find an overview of all available (free and commercial) resources (study guides, mock exams, video courses,...) to thorougly prepare yourself for the certification exam. And on the OcajpWallOfFame you'll find plenty of (links to) experiences from other ranchers (including resources they have used). So it can be useful to determine which resources are useful (and which are not).

On the OcpjpWallOfFame you'll find some stories about the experiences of other ranchers who have passed the OCPJP certification exam. And you'll probably find a lot of useful information in the OcpjpFaq as well. And if you have some doubts or questions, don't be shy and share them in the OCPJP forum.



Thank you very much! Yesterday I found in another post, information about "Enthuware" and I bought the full version to do test.
Thanks for the links !! Are of great help I will tell you my experience, as well as the doubts that arise.

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Silvia
 
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Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:A smoke test is testing code to see it doesn't blow up. Which doesn't apply to a certification exam. Did you mean a different word perhaps?


Hi Jeanne!
Yes, I'm sorry! I was referring to tests like those found in Enthuware or books
 
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Silvia Mdr wrote:Hi Jeanne!
Yes, I'm sorry! I was referring to tests like those found in Enthuware or books


Ah. You meant "mock" instead of "smoke". I edited the subject of your post to make that clearer.
 
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Enthuware mock tests are definitely what you need, Silvia. Be aware that they have the peculiarity of being harder than the real exam (and that's obviously very good for your preparation), so don't be disappointed if your first scores won't be so great...
 
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Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:

Silvia Mdr wrote:Hi Jeanne!
Yes, I'm sorry! I was referring to tests like those found in Enthuware or books


Ah. You meant "mock" instead of "smoke". I edited the subject of your post to make that clearer.



thanks ;)
 
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Andrea Simoncini wrote:Enthuware mock tests are definitely what you need, Silvia. Be aware that they have the peculiarity of being harder than the real exam (and that's obviously very good for your preparation), so don't be disappointed if your first scores won't be so great...



Hello! You are absolutely right, Enthuware mock tests are more difficult than the tests on books, and since I started to do them, I am studying a lot more because I am afraid of not being prepared enough. I believe that as I continue to study and test, my results will be better. I still have 4 months to prepare the exam so I hope to improve day by day. Thanks for the warning!  Because at first I was a bit scared ...

 
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Silvia Mdr wrote:Hello! You are absolutely right, Enthuware mock tests are more difficult than the tests on books, and since I started to do them, I am studying a lot more because I am afraid of not being prepared enough. I believe that as I continue to study and test, my results will be better. I still have 4 months to prepare the exam so I hope to improve day by day.


If you are using Enthuware mock exams (or any other mock exams), it might be very useful to read this thread as well. So you don't make the mistake of rushing through all the mock exams (or going through the object-wise tests first). The difference between standard and objective-wise tests is well-explained here. And here you'll find some valuable information about how to prepare for the exam using Enthuware tests. I know all this advice is pretty useless to you, but I hope others will learn from it and won't make the same mistake. Here you'll find another post with similar advice and another bunch of useful links.
 
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Roel De Nijs wrote:

Silvia Mdr wrote:Hello! You are absolutely right, Enthuware mock tests are more difficult than the tests on books, and since I started to do them, I am studying a lot more because I am afraid of not being prepared enough. I believe that as I continue to study and test, my results will be better. I still have 4 months to prepare the exam so I hope to improve day by day.


If you are using Enthuware mock exams (or any other mock exams), it might be very useful to read this thread as well. So you don't make the mistake of rushing through all the mock exams (or going through the object-wise tests first). The difference between standard and objective-wise tests is well-explained here. And here you'll find some valuable information about how to prepare for the exam using Enthuware tests. I know all this advice is pretty useless to you, but I hope others will learn from it and won't make the same mistake. Here you'll find another post with similar advice and another bunch of useful links.



Thanks Roel! It helps me a lot to read all your advice and experiences from people to avoid falling into the same mistakes. I think the key is to study and understand all concepts well and do many practices, I also think it is important to use Enthuware but do not fall into the mistake of doing the test so many times to learn them, but use Enthuware as a means to know In which points you have to study more.
 
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