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Is there a clock to track time during Java OCA certification

 
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Hi all, I have been taking the Enthuware mocks exams for the OCA certification and, I realized that there is no any clock or indication about the time consumed during the test.
Is it the same in the real test? does the real exam shows you a clock to keep track of the time?
If not, Am I allowed to have my wristwatch in the test center?

Thanks for your answers!!
 
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Alirio Aliricu wrote:Hi all, I have been taking the Enthuware mocks exams for the OCA certification and, I realized that there is no any clock or indication about the time consumed during the test.
Is it the same in the real test? does the real exam shows you a clock to keep track of the time?
If not, Am I allowed to have my wristwatch in the test center?

Thanks for your answers!!



There is a timer that counts down on the real exam. You have to put everything including your watch in a storage locker.
 
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Bj Peter DeLaCruz wrote:

Alirio Aliricu wrote:Hi all, I have been taking the Enthuware mocks exams for the OCA certification and, I realized that there is no any clock or indication about the time consumed during the test.
Is it the same in the real test? does the real exam shows you a clock to keep track of the time?
If not, Am I allowed to have my wristwatch in the test center?

Thanks for your answers!!



There is a timer that counts down on the real exam. You have to put everything including your watch in a storage locker.



Thanks for the answer!!! I was scare about the exam not showing the clock!!!
 
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Alirio Aliricu wrote:Hi all, I have been taking the Enthuware mocks exams for the OCA certification and, I realized that there is no any clock or indication about the time consumed during the test.
Is it the same in the real test? does the real exam shows you a clock to keep track of the time?
If not, Am I allowed to have my wristwatch in the test center?

Thanks for your answers!!


The real exam does show the time left and so does Enthuware simulator. See attached image. If you are not seeing the time, you are probably viewing the questions outside of a test.
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Enthuware simulator Test Window Time left
 
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Paul Anilprem wrote:

Alirio Aliricu wrote:Hi all, I have been taking the Enthuware mocks exams for the OCA certification and, I realized that there is no any clock or indication about the time consumed during the test.
Is it the same in the real test? does the real exam shows you a clock to keep track of the time?
If not, Am I allowed to have my wristwatch in the test center?

Thanks for your answers!!


The real exam does show the time left and so does Enthuware simulator. See attached image. If you are not seeing the time, you are probably viewing the questions outside of a test.



That is so weird, I cannot see the clock in my Enthuware instance, maybe because I maximize the test window and somehow the clock gets hidden.
Anyway, it is a relief to know that the real exam will show the clock!!!
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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