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Help needed. One week for the exam. Time taken for each question in Enthuware Test

 
Anish Shetty
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Hi All,

I have purchased the Enthuware software and i must say it is awesome. The questions are very well aligned and a lot of thought has gone into it. I am facing a problem though. I have a my test date on 31st January and i seem to have understood all the topics very well. But my scores are around 60 %. It is not going beyond that. I did my research on where i am going wrong and found out that if i had enough time(as in no time limit) then i do really well which meams the concepts are clear but because of the time crunch i lose out on questions which i know because when i sit to review, i start thinking "Gosh, how could i do such a mistake".

Any inputs on this will be of help. Also is there anyway in enthuware i can find out how much time i take for every question? so that i can try to figure out and isolate the problem.

Anish
 
Paul Anilprem
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Anish Shetty wrote:Hi All,

I have purchased the Enthuware software and i must say it is awesome. The questions are very well aligned and a lot of thought has gone into it. I am facing a problem though. I have a my test date on 31st January and i seem to have understood all the topics very well. But my scores are around 60 %. It is not going beyond that. I did my research on where i am going wrong and found out that if i had enough time(as in no time limit) then i do really well which meams the concepts are clear but because of the time crunch i lose out on questions which i know because when i sit to review, i start thinking "Gosh, how could i do such a mistake".

Any inputs on this will be of help.


Practicing as much mock exams as you can is the best way to improve your speed.


Also is there anyway in enthuware i can find out how much time i take for every question? so that i can try to figure out and isolate the problem.

Anish

There is no way to track it as of now but it seems a great idea. We will try to incorporate it asap.


HTH,
Paul.
 
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Practicing as much mock exams as you can is the best way to improve your speed.


Thanks Paul. Are there more tests you offer incase i have run out of tests in the full enthuware software? Also i see in the average score chart i see a Test 7 as well as a last day test. But in my software i am seeing only till test 6 and a last day test. Is there something i am missing?

Anish
 
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No, I am sorry we do not have more questions.

Due to changes in the exam pattern, we reorganized the tests and as a result Test 7 was removed. You are not missing anything.
 
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Hi Anish,

First of all, a warm welcome to CodeRanch!

Anish Shetty wrote:I am facing a problem though. I have a my test date on 31st January and i seem to have understood all the topics very well. But my scores are around 60 %. It is not going beyond that.

Scores around 60% is very tricky. I would not take the exam at the end of this month, but postpone it for at least 1 month. You can reschedule your exam for free. According to the Reschedule Policy of the Oracle Certification Program Policies there's just 1 restriction: you must reschedule at least 1 business day prior to your exam appointment.

In this thread you'll find some suggestions on how to possibly improve your scores and answer questions more quickly. I think writing more code snippets using your favourite text editor and javac/java (not an IDE) might help you as well. The only thing you can do to improve, is practice, practice and practice. Both by doing mock (exam) questions, but also with writing small code snippets and experimenting with them.

Hope it helps!
Kind regards,
Roel
 
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