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Passed OCPJP with 98%

 
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Well credit goes to the book by Kathy Sierra, It helped me a lot.
Exam was a bit tricky for me, and that is the best part. Winning from tough situations makes achievement even more enjoyable.
Next step would be to conquer OCJD. Any tips on how to prepare for it? Is there any training that is required for it?
 
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Congrats Jayesh on your excellent score. I don't know anything about OCJD though, preparing for OCPJP myself. I suppose this forum is not that friendly anymore :P
 
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Thanks buddy. I hope someone here helps me out in preparing for OCJD. All the best for your OCPJP
 
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Congratulations Jayesh Doolani! Excellent score!
 
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Congrats!!
Could I ask you some suggestions in preparing this certification? Like, which books, sites, mock exams etc.
I'm going to prepare this one... :-)
 
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Jayesh Doolani wrote:Well credit goes to the book by Kathy Sierra, It helped me a lot.
Exam was a bit tricky for me, and that is the best part. Winning from tough situations makes achievement even more enjoyable.
Next step would be to conquer OCJD. Any tips on how to prepare for it? Is there any training that is required for it?



Congratulations Jayesh! What a great score you have there.

I am preparing for OCP JP6 and following Sierra and Bates. Could kindly tell us what resources did you use to prepare for the exam? Did you follow any other book(s) in addition to Sierra&Bates? Any mock exam websites that you could recommend.
Lastly, I am doing the Self Test Questions at the end of each of the chapters of Sierra & Bates. I wonder how close is the difficulty level of these questions to the real exam? Thanks very much. Wish you luck for the JD exam
 
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That looks like a great score. Congrats!
 
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