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Passed OCJP 6 85% and OCJP 8 (upgrade) 79% in a month

 
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Today I have passed OCJP 8 (1Z0-813) with 79% and OCJP 6 with 85% (1Z0-851). I have working experience but didnt use java 8 features, because of that today exam was quite hard for me, but I just wanted to get both certificate in a short time so I am glad it worked out. I feel like a compiler now. I think my score would be better.

OCJP 6:

  *Book: SCJP Sun Certified Programmer for Java 6 Study Guide (Kathy Sierra, Bert Bates)
  *Enthuware mock exams
  *Oracle Study mock exams

OCJP 8:

  *Book: Oracle Certified Professional Java SE 8 Programmer || (Jeanne Boyarsky,Scott Selikoff)
  *Enthuware mock exams
  *java API
  *Oracle Study mock exams

Really, Enthuware and Oracle Study software helped a lot! Very similar concept to real exam and they have great support.
 
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Congratulation ... Have fun
 
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Maria,
A month, wow! Were you studying full time?
 
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Congratulations!! Maria, Seriously, it's very good score for 1 month of preparation. Well done.
 
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