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I could not score well in mock exams.

 
Aamani Geebu
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Hello friends .. I have done with mala gupta book and in enthuware mock exams I could not score well .. if I buy enthuwaremock exam. is there any possibility of getting different questions ? Or please suggest another ... Thank you in advance ..
 
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Welcome to the CodeRanch!

If you didn't score well in the mock exams, should you not first study some more before taking other mock exam? Without extra studying your scores on other mock exams will not improve.
 
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Aamani Geebu wrote:Hello friends .. I have done with mala gupta book and in enthuware mock exams I could not score well ..

What were your scores?


if I buy enthuwaremock exam. is there any possibility of getting different questions ? Or please suggest another ... Thank you in advance ..

I am not sure what you mean. You've written that you are done with enthuware mock exams so I am assuming that you purchased the product and have taken all the tests in it. If so, you will not benefit by buying it again.
This article explains how you should use our (or any other) mock exams - http://enthuware.com/index.php/how-to-prepare-for-java-certification

HTH,
Paul.
 
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I got 55% in enthuware and 65% in mala gupta exam .. im not good at operators. If I see these questions I spend lot of time nd give some answer. When I read the logic it seems to be vry simple.
 
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Then you can concentrate on the weaker topics and review them.

For mocks, aim for the 80s consistently before going for the actual exam. Remember the new format is 70Q 120min.

The Gupta mock exam follows the old format 90Q 150min but the score should still apply.
 
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Aamani Geebu wrote:im not good at operators.

That's one of the most important topics on the exam. Almost every question will have operators in it, even when questions are testing you about other topics like exceptions, ArrayList, overloading,... So you'll definitely know what you should focus on the next days/weeks to improve your score.
 
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Hi all , I read mala Gupta book again nd learned many concepts what I missed? And practised all enthuware code .. How do I analyse myself for exam ? I have 2 more days to go for my exam ? Please give suggestions ..
 
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Some suggestions

-Note all questions that you missed in the mock exam then refresh theory related with those questions and retake only those questions to see progress

-Prepare for the time-boxed nature of the exam , test your ability to answer 70 questions in 2h or answer most questions in less then 100 seconds .Make a efficient plan of how to deal with questions you have problems answering fast and with the exam questions in general

-re read the areas you find hard or you don't feel very comfortable about

-try to be objective in your evaluation (do a mock test as first sitting to see how you score if you still got one -if you get under 70% i would advice rescheduling the exam ) and don't be afraid to re-schedule the exam if you think you have a good chance of failing

-don't forget to relax and don't overburn with stress about the exam , especially the day before the exam

 
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Can I get 2 or 3 any mock exams? 😴
 
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I have attempted most missed text in enthuware I scored 74percentage
 
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Aamani Geebu wrote:How do I analyse myself for exam ? I have 2 more days to go for my exam ? Please give suggestions ..

There are many suggestions in other threads on this forum. For example here, here, here and here.
 
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Aamani Geebu wrote:I have attempted most missed text in enthuware I scored 74percentage

Always be careful when you take mock exams more than once. The score you get might not be a good representation of your level and knowledge. You might have answered some questions thanks to your memory instead of your actual knowledge.
 
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