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In the Java 17 certification, do we need to expect more questions from the new Java 17 features? Or is it going to be an even distribution?
 
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Arjun Mani,

Unfortunately, the answer is not as straightforward as the question, but there will be more Java 17 coding in all areas. Exam takers must understand the complete exam syllabus and there is no shortcut learning path to prepare only Java 17 features alone.

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Generally, Oracle tries to distribute questions across their list of exam topics, found https://education.oracle.com/java-se-17-developer/pexam_1Z0-829

That said, the questions come from a test bank of hundreds/thousands of questions, so there’s a bit of random luck on what material you’ll actually see.
 
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