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Hi folks,

Because the most of you already did the first part of the exam you know if the exam -part 1- tells me how many answers are correct.

One the one hand the whizlab simulator does not tell me how many answers are correct. So I wonder if that is the same in the 'real' exam.

But on the other hand, the SCJP and SCBCD tell how many answers are correct.

So what does the SCEA part 1 telling me?

Looking forward to any answer.
Lucy
 
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Hello Lucy,
Same as SCJP and SCBCD, SCEA part 1 does tell you the number of correct answers.

Joyce
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Good news!

Lucy
 
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hi Joyce

i am planning on giving part I soon. do we have enuf time to complete part one
since i have heard there are a lot of long comprehensive questions to read which takes up a lot of time. whats the strategy in that case. Are there quick straightforward questions too?

thanks in advance for the guidance
 
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There are short quick answer type questions as well as long scenario type questions. If the long questions are taking too long go on and come back to those. Time is a big constraint and the test is difficult/challenging anyway.

Noel

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Hello Fais. The strategy suggested by Noel was the one I used in all the exams. Yes, there're straightforward questions.

Joyce
 
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