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Hi All,

Today I want to share my experience about OCAJP certification.
First of all Thanks to  Scott Selikoff and Jeanne Boyarsky and whizlabs, Your book is so great and it is perfect for this OCAJP certification I must say.
Their book was so detailed and I have read almost 5 times. In order to make everything clear for me,
First I just read that book whether I understood few topics or not and then I read 2 times understanding each and everything
Later I gave a reading from backward i.e from chapter 6 to chapter 1
Finally read 5th time to revise. Their practise tests at the end of each chapter are so good. I think one should give some gap and reattempt those in order to get clear idea.
After completing this book, I have purchased practise tests in whiz labs and gave those mocks test I have got in between 72-75 percentage in those mocks.
I got more reviews about enthuware while searching google as I have already purchased whizlabs mocks I didn't buy enthuware mocks.
Whizlabs are quite good for this certification, I saw few of the questions which I have practised in whizlabs are not appeared in real exam.
In real exam theory questions,polymorphism questions are more. The interface is also not so good but okay.



 
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Well done and welcome to the Ranch

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Thank you
 
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Congrats Yaaswini,
Please do share your prep duration and your scores in enthuware. I've read the book completely but still find difficult to score 50% in enthuware.
Is there any way I can pass the exam?
 
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Hi Poornima,

Thank you, I have not prepared in Enthuware. I have purchased wizhlabs practise test they are quite good.
I have read OCA Study guide Scott Selikoff and Jeanne Boyarsky few times It took one month 10 days for me to completed my preparation and practice.
 
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Yasaswini Borra wrote:Hi Poornima,

Thank you, I have not prepared in Enthuware. I have purchased wizhlabs practise test they are quite good.
I have read OCA Study guide Scott Selikoff and Jeanne Boyarsky few times It took one month 10 days for me to complet my preparation and practice.

 
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