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Hi guys
I would like to ask for some suggestions from your experience on taking Java certifications.
I'am preparing OCA8, I fully read OCA8 Mala Gupta's book. I scored 61/77 on mock exam provided in the book.
Now, before taking the real exam, I'm hesitating between doing more preparations by taking more mock exams in (Selikoff's OCA8 Practice Tests book) OR taking directly Enthuware mock exams !
Knowing that I don't have a significant experience in Java development
What do you think ?
 
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Ouadi Belmokhtar wrote:Hi guys
I would like to ask for some suggestions from your experience on taking Java certifications.
I'am preparing OCA8, I fully read OCA8 Mala Gupta's book. I scored 61/77 on mock exam provided in the book.
Now, before taking the real exam, I'm hesitating between doing more preparations by taking more mock exams in (Selikoff's OCA8 Practice Tests book) OR taking directly Enthuware mock exams !
Knowing that I don't have a significant experience in Java development
What do you think ?

you are right you must go for enthuware mocks and you are almost done your preparation according to your mocks in Mala Gupta books that's very easy to understand, try 2 to 3 mocks in enthuware then if got at least 75% then your are ready to write I am also preparing for ocajp8 since 1year am writing my ocajp in June and one more point try for Khaled mughal book for ocajp8
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