James H Smith wrote:Congratulations, Mikalai! Since you passed with a very good score, I was wondering how you went about studying for the 1Z0-817 given there aren't many resources out there yet for the Java SE 11 Programmer II exam?
Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:Youa re the first person I know who took the home/office test. Can you share what it was like? (The experience, not the questions)
Scott Selikoff wrote: Not sure about the four wall rule.. what if you're taking it in a kitchen or living room, where it might connect to other rooms. Sounds like you almost need to be in a bedroom ... or closet!
Scott Selikoff wrote: The deal breaker for me was lack of scratch paper... For example, there are questions on some exams with multiple loops and streams, and the inability to track the current state of a variable would be really tough.
Mikalai Zaikin wrote:Hi All:
Passed 1Z0-817 exam today!
It was the first time I took exam not at authorized testing center, but in the office -- used new feature from Pearson VUE : proctored exam (proctor controls you through web camera during whole test)
Good luck to everyone,
gino ruperez wrote:Congratulations Mikalai Zaikin! Cheers!
Alexey Grokhotov wrote:Congrats Mikalai!
Some people asked what if the room has no door. Got the same situation at my place, asked PearsonVUE customer service, and the reply was:
Thank you for contacting Pearson VUE.
Kindly, make sure while appearing for the exam no one should enter your room as that will be considered as a policy violation<...>
I am taking 1Z0-808 soon and feel really nervous about that no scratch paper policy.
Alexey Grokhotov wrote:I am taking 1Z0-808 soon and feel really nervous about that no scratch paper policy.
Blake Edward wrote:Remind me... what is the passing score needed for the SE11 exams? Sixty-something...
Manoj Shekhawat wrote:The room for test must have a door? I can't find it in FAQs.
I was also planning to take exam from home. Since I will be taking exam at night time so that my kid is in deep sleep in bedroom and I am in hall room (with open kitchen). But looks like it can be tricky, right?