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OCPJP 6 passed 80%  RSS feed

 
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Dear friends,

I'm really happy to announce that, after 3 months studying (despite a full time job from 8:30 to 19:00)
I could pass the OCPJP 6 exam with the score 80%.

I arrived to Dubai (from Tehran) on Jan. 19th and my appoinment was yesterday (Jan. 20th) at Computer College.

I answered all the questions in 100 minutes (the first 40 questions in 1 hour) but unfortunately
made a big mistake that I did not review the questions.

I used K&B and whizlabs mock exams for preparing myself.

My Whizlab Results:

- Diagnostic test: 65%
- Practice Test I: 45%
- Practice Test II: 67%
- Practice Test III: 70%
- Practice Test IV: 77%
- Practice Test V: 53%
- Final Exam: 81%

Advice:
- Study the K&B CAREFULLY.
- If something is hard to understand, try to write MANY samples,
compile and run them, then analyze the results carefully.
- Write summary for yourself and use them for review (it's really really really helpful).
- Never do a mock exam while you are tired or sleepy. (please check my whizlab results I & V)
- Never think about the result of the exam just try to do your best.
- Never loose your self confidence.

I could be better but unfortunately I had LOOSED my self confidence.
I'm at home now and really tired of a two hours flight. I can't keep my eyes open I go to sleep


Special Thanks to all of friends that helped me during my preparation.

Best Regards,
Dante Sparda.

 
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Congratulations!!!
 
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Congrats Dante and thanks for sharing your preparation strategy...Wish you loads of Success...
 
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Congratulations!...
 
Dante Sparda
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Thanks a lot friends,

What's your suggestion for the next step?
 
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Better to choose your working related certification will improve your status in your carrier.
 
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koilraj abraham wrote:Better to choose your working related certification will improve your status in your carrier.



Thanks friend,

I have decided to take WCD exam but I don't exactly know what the
deference is between OCP and OCE certificates?

Which one I should choose?

OCEJWCD or OCPJWCD

I'd be grateful if anyone provide me with some information.
 
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Dante Sparda wrote:

koilraj abraham wrote:Better to choose your working related certification will improve your status in your carrier.



Thanks friend,

I have decided to take WCD exam but I don't exactly know what the
deference is between OCP and OCE certificates?

I'd be grateful if anyone provide me with some information.



You can find answer here.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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