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Mock exam on Javaranch

 
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Ranchers,
Could I get comments about the mock exam on Javaranch? I have the following questions about the exam:
[1] How many questions are there? I got 25 and then got the results after that.
[2] How can we rate the difficulty level of the exam as compared to the real thing? I know people have been saying that the one on Javaranch is easier than the real exam. But how much easier. I know this is a very abstract question but I would like to have some comments.
[3] How can one assess his/her readyness based on the results of the mock exam? I got 24/25 correct. I am still not sure if I am ready for the exam (inspite of the good results on mock) because I have not prepared a whole lot for the exam yet and I don't want to take the test in overconfidence.
Thanks in advance for comments and insights
Chintan
 
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Anyone??!!
 
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I am not sure if this is still true:
http://www.javaranch.com/ubb/Forum18/HTML/000208.html
I was getting 100% after taking them three times.
 
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