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hii guys i heard that the pattern of scjp 6 have been changed ...any one have information regarding this...the pattern has been changed 10 days ago it seems...if any one know please reply
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Don't make me nervous. I have scheduled the exam for next week. Where do you have this information from?

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I just took the exam this morning, and this is what I had:

- 60 Questions
- 2.5 Hours
- Dry Erase Board with Marker/Napkin (to Erase with)
- All Multiple Choice (# of Answers to Pick specified, no "Choose All that Apply")
- No Drag and Drop or Fill in the Blanks (May have just been my version of the exam)
- No Serialization Questions
- No wait()/notify() Questions
- No Insanely Tricky Questions like some of the Sierra/Bates Mock Exams

The Oracle ePractice exams are spot on in terms of types of questions and difficulty level. I just completed them last week as final preparation for the real exam.
 
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How did you get the Oracle ePractice exams? When I try to buy them from the Oracle website I just get all kinds of error messages.

Thanks,

John
 
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Bryan Saunders please provide link to get oracle practice exams. We have to purchase it or is it for free?
 
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I got the Oracle Practice Exams from here: ePractice Exams

I just clicked on the "Purchase Online" link
 
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I got the Oracle Practice Exams from here: ePractice Exams


Thanks. That seems to work.

John
 
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I completed my exam no change guys
 
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Astha Sharma wrote:Bryan Saunders please provide link to get oracle practice exams. We have to purchase it or is it for free?



Hi Astha, Will you really buy it, it's cost is Rs 3039 then why don't you give real exam in around RS 5,500.
 
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