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Hi, please does anyone know how much percentage they apply to each objective? talking about number of questions.. how many questions for generics, how many for threads... and so on? :roll:

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Basically there isn't any specific percentages. Know them all.

It is pretty evenly weighted. Not exactly all even, but pretty close, some have heavier weights like Threads, but not much more than the other objectives.

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"how many questions for generics, how many for threads."

You are very close. From my experiance, i can suggest, work hard for Generics and Threads. It seems both are favourate topics of exam creators.
 
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