Four months ago I did not even know what Java is. Then I started reading some books and abandoned them one by one. The only one that I liked was "OCA: Oracle Certified Associate Java SE 8 Programmer I Study Guide: Exam 1Z0-808" by Jeanne Boyarsky and Scott Selikoff (by the way, a great thank you to the authors).
A very big thanks goes to Enthuware Studio, too. The score was:
Foundation: 72% time 1:23:56
Test 1: 71% time 1:46:16
Test 2: 79% time 2:02:41
Test 3: 76% time 1:39:56
Test 4: 70% time 1:39:20
Test 5: 75% time 1:54:36
Test 6: 87% time 54:23
Last Day Test: 74% time 1:55:19
At all tests I responded from the first attempt, I did not review any questions.
At the real exam I expected 80 questions, but it only had 70(?!).
Personally, my real exam seemed much harder than Enthuware, because although I received only 70 questions, I only had 2 minutes left to submit. All answers was first attempt, too.
In the test center, the monitor had 15 or 17 inches and was really upsetting with some questions that I had to scroll up and down all the time to see the question and the variants of the answer.
Congratulations champion! Great achievement Now it's time to relax a bit and have a (well-deserved) (or 2 or 3). And if you want to spoil yourself have a Belgian beer, our beers are the best of the world
Thanks for sharing your experiences. Other ranchers will definitely benefit! Have a cow!