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Will there be any change in the exam pattern?

 
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Now that Pearson is the new exam vendor,will there be any change in the exam pattern?? as in the number of questions,the division of marks,passing percantage,the difficulty level of questions. I am refering to the CX 310-083 exam
 
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Now that Pearson is the new exam vendor,will there be any change in the exam pattern??...


I'm not sure, but it may be just a change of the vendor to comply with the platform as Oracle's other exams.
 
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Hi Sumedha,

Well, yes - Pearson it is. But trust me, pearson is much much better compared to the old vendor. I say so because the User interface is damn cool and very user-friendly. With respect to the passing percentage, it is 72%. It is an easy exam. I did not get any visual questions - Questions that involve filling up the blanks kind of them with drag and drop facility. Read the Head first series, know the J2EE API (Just give a glance) and above all, do a lotta practicals. That will really help!

Revert for further clarifications...
 
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