Alfonso Saenz wrote:I would like to know if the real exam shows number of options to choose as in ethuware tests or it is hidden?
Alfonso Saenz wrote:Another question is if you can realize if numbre of corrext questions is one or multiple? I say this cause in some tests after ticking one option, you can see when choosing a new one if the tick is moved to the new position or keeps in old and marks also the new one...
Felipe Kunzler wrote:Is there a "Review" screen on the actual exam like Enthuware? Where you can see all the questions, and if they are unanswered and/or marked to review?
Felipe Kunzler wrote:And can you right click to stroke an option that you are sure isn't correct?
Felipe Kunzler wrote:(Going to do the exam probably on Monday, pretty nervous haha)
Roel De Nijs wrote:Yes! When you click on the "Next" button after answering the last question, you do not finish the exam! You get a review page: this page contains some explanatory text and then you have a table which contains all incomplete questions and all marked (for review) questions (ordered by question number). At the bottom you have at the left 3 buttons:
review all questions review incomplete questions review marked questions
Felipe Kunzler wrote:So, would you say that it is a good idea to leave unanswered questions unmarked to review as well?
Felipe Kunzler wrote:Usually when I finish the exam I still have 30min to do pass 4, but I'm just too tired that I don't, but I think I'll do it on the actual exam if there's enough time.
My scores with Enthuware have been: 82%, 79%, 81%, 81%, 91% and 88%. I still have to take 2 mock exams. (I'm quite confident but a bit nervous as well, I'll try to keep calm and do my best!)
Roel De Nijs wrote:
When I passed the OCAJP7 exam, I shared my experiences here, including some information about my different iterations through the questions. But how you take the exam is often a personal thing and if you feel comfortable with the approach you followed during the Enthuware exams, just stick with this approach. There is no reason to change it as you pass every mock exam very comfortably and you still have some time left. Never change a winning team!
Roel De Nijs wrote:If these are scores of taking the mock exams in exam mode (time limit, first attempt & no other resources used than pen and paper), there is no need to be a nervous Nellie I'm very confident you'll pass the actual exam. If it was possible, I placed a 100 Euro bet on you passing with a +80% score. That's how confident I am!
Roel De Nijs wrote:
Felipe Kunzler wrote:Well, if I do pass the exam with +80% I'll most likely share my preparation in this forum. So you'll be knowing if you would had won the 100 Euro bet haha
It seems I have definitely won my 100 euro bet