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What are some websites/apps that give mock tests for OCAJP 8?  RSS feed

 
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I am aware of websites such as enthuware, myexamcloud, whizlabs which give mock tests but are the questions actually from exams?

"Disclosing exam questions are actually against the rules since they violate standard non-disclosure (NDA) agreements. (NDA agreements typically state that reproducing, sharing, or publishing exam content, verbatim questions, or identifying correct and incorrect answers is expressly forbidden)"

Here is the list of websites that I have searched:
http://enthuware.com/
https://www.myexamcloud.com/onlineexam/viewStudyPlan.html?s=ui9zvVtdXPA%3D
https://www.whizlabs.com/ocajp-scja/
https://www.dbexam.com/1z0-808-java-se-8-programmer-i
https://javabeat.net/ocajp-mock-exam-questions-java-basics/
https://www.examboat.com/onlineexam/viewExam.html?t=0XglJJWRLg4=

Do these websites (or others you know) contain questions from actual exams or not? So that one can safely use them..

Any help would be appreciated!
 
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I think you'd have a very hard time finding anything legitimately obtained from Oracle or whoever writes the questions. I would say though that some questions I got on the OCA exam were extremely similar to some from Enthuware's question banks.

I don't work for Enthuware or anything but I can assure you that if you're familiar with the structure and complexity level of the questions used in Enthuware then the exam won't throw anything unexpected at you.
 
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Thanks @Simon Miller for your reply.

Hoping that someone can also share their knowledge/experience of some good websites/apps other than enthuware.
 
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Smak Pitt wrote:Hoping that someone can also share their knowledge/experience of some good websites/apps other than enthuware.


Have you read our FAQ? There's lots of resources listed.
 
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Thanks a lot Jeanne Boyarsky for sharing the FAQ link.
 
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