I am in the 3rd day of studies of Java(at home, but mantaining the focus), i want to know some things
1- Why is this test so expensive?(R$512, what gives like 150 dollars ),
2- Can i pass studying only 1 month?
3- I have seen that the contents of the test are pretty easy, that preceeds?
4- What daily routine do you recomend?
5- Does it worth it? Java 9 is comming.
Léo Hardt wrote:1- Why is this test so expensive?(R$512, what gives like 150 dollars ),
The price varies by country. In the United States, it is $245. As for why that is the price, it is the one Oracle picked. I imagine it covers the cost of developing the test. But I don't work for Oracle, so I don't know.
Léo Hardt wrote:2- Can i pass studying only 1 month?
I strongly doubt that. If you are on your third day of Java, you are coming from pretty much the beginning.
Léo Hardt wrote:3- I have seen that the contents of the test are pretty easy, that preceeds?
What makes you say it is easy? It's easier than the 809 exam, but I don't know that I'd call it easy. Have you tried any of the free mock exam samples? Do you still think it is easy?
Léo Hardt wrote:4- What daily routine do you recomend
First learn the basics of Java without thinking about the exam. Then get a study guide and read that while coding a lot. Master the questions and then take the practice exams. Then take the real exam. As you noted, the exam isn't cheap, so you don't want to fail. (I wrote a study guide, but this isn't a self serving comment. The exam is significantly harder to pass without a study guide).
Léo Hardt wrote:5- Does it worth it? Java 9 is comming.
Java 9 is coming in 270 days. Then takes a good while for an exam to be released after a language release. Which means the exams for Java 9 are likely over a year away. I wouldn't wait.