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OCP Java SE 11 Developer Practice Tests: Modules, modules, modules

 
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I found your post from March 2019 about your experience with the Java 11 exam.
https://www.selikoff.net/2019/03/17/my-experience-taking-the-new-java-se-11-programmer-i-1z0-815-exam/

Your impressions of modules remain the same with the new version of the exam (1Z0-819)? And the book reflects the same?
 
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Definitely.  While the 1Z0-819 has less questions than the combined 1Z0-815/1Z0-816 exams, there are still a lot of questions on modules.
 
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