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OCAJP 8

 
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Hello Fellows,

I'm currently preparing to take on OCAJP8 exam. I find myself answering mock questions better when I know what domain of the question.
Does the real exam interface have any information on the domain of the question (such as Java basics / Exception handling)?

Thanks in advance
 
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Welcome to the Ranch

Don't know myself, but people on fora answer questions better when they know the domain of the question.
 
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Ranjini,
Welcome to CodeRanch!

No. The real exam does not give any hints on the domain of the question. That would make it too easy.
 
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