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Best resource for mock exams?

 
Malte Wannerskog
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Hi!

I am currently studying for the SCJP exam and thought i would take it January 18th.

I have the Study Guide from Sierra Bates including three Master Exams but I would like some additional mock exams.
I have found some various resources and I wonder which do you find to be the best?

Would really appreciate your thoughts on the subject!

edit: I have read the FAQ on the subject and realize that this thread is probably not necessary.
 
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Here is a link to an old blog I created of randomly choosen questions, many from Sierra/Bates, and also from Oracle:

http://scjp6questions.blogspot.com/

It really helped to drill in the information to pass this exam
 
Malte Wannerskog
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Sandra Bachan wrote:Here is a link to an old blog I created of randomly choosen questions, many from Sierra/Bates, and also from Oracle:

http://scjp6questions.blogspot.com/

It really helped to drill in the information to pass this exam


Thanks! Ill be sure to check it out! Also i have my eyes on http://javachamp.com/
 
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you should also try enthuware and whizlabs they have some very good questions and its worth looking.
 
Malte Wannerskog
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Javin Paul wrote:
you should also try enthuware and whizlabs they have some very good questions and its worth looking.


None of them free though .

Im hoping it will be enough with the K&B book/mock exams + examlab and other free resources.
 
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Hello,

Best resources are like ExamLab. Try that that. Other best resources don't come free of cost mate.
You got to pay.

HTH,
 
Malte Wannerskog
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Prithvi Sehgal wrote:Hello,

Best resources are like ExamLab. Try that that. Other best resources don't come free of cost mate.
You got to pay.

HTH,


I'm aware

Just finished the Exam Lab diagnostics test with a score of 52%. Not sure how to interpret that, Ive heard the Exam Lab questions are more difficult than the real exam.
I plan to take the exam in 10 days (January 20th)... (feels like its really soon now).
 
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Malte Wannerskog wrote:Not sure how to interpret that, Ive heard the Exam Lab questions are more difficult than the real exam.

Never worry of your ExamLab score. .
The main intention of ExamLab is to provide a learning tool, instead of a tool that only measures your capability to pass the real test. If you got 52%, that means 48% of questions in that exam have some points that you were not aware of, or you didn't pay much attention of. The 'real' mission should start once you have finished a test - you must go through the review mode and find everything of what went wrong, and take a note of them. That's the process of learning from a learning tool like ExamLab.
 
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