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OCAJP 8 exam rediness

 
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I am not getting good score in whizlabs accelerator for OCAJP8 exam, but I am following and tracing all wrong answers means what is correct answer and it's explanation. My score for each mock test is around 65%; can I give OCAJP Java 8 exam as I heard it is easier than acelator mock up exams.? Please give suggestion and guide me. Thank you in advance
 
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Dipti Sonawane wrote:I am not getting good score in whizlabs accelerator for OCAJP8 exam, but I am following and tracing all wrong answers means what is correct answer and it's explanation. My score for each mock test is around 65%; can I give OCAJP Java 8 exam as I heard it is easier than acelator mock up exams.? Please give suggestion and guide me. Thank you in advance

I am also not getting but you should try for 70% to pass ocajp I am to trying to get it read once again. Which book are doing
 
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Agree; you cannot predictt which questions you will do well on, so you are taking a great risk if you sit the exam now.

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