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OCAJP & OCPJP

 
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Greetings,
I am looking for best course to complete both OCAJP and OCPJP exam. I don't like to read book, that's why I am looking for course. Please suggest me a good course, so that I can learn and clear the exam.
 
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Welcome to the Ranch

Do you mean an online video course? How much are you going to pay for it?
 
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Yes I'm looking for video course. I haven't decided but whatever the least amount because I am not earning that much.
 
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I haven't seen any good OCA/OCP course, you might need to pick and mix a bit to cover exam topics.

Whizlabs have courses for OCA/OCP but they are quite rubbish, I wouldn't recommend them.

There is a free Java basics course on cave of programming by John Purcell but it's bit outdated, you would need to learn about lambdas and new Date API from other sources to cover OCA topics.

If you have some money to spend both teamtreehouse and pluralsight have nice courses, they are worth the money if have some free time for studying, if you only have few hours per week then it makes less sense.
 
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There is a video tutorial on Udemy by Tim Buchalka, which is quite good.

That course alone, won't suffice though but in combination with a book (I know, I know) you will cover most of what is needed...
 
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Simon has a OCA 8 video course, but it is way more expensive than a book.
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