Welcome to the Ranch. I hope you will enjoy it here.
Have a look around here on the forum. There are plenty of threads with similar questions. Very often, the same advice returns: when you already know the basics, get a good study guide. A really good one that helped me personally is the OCA study guide written by Jeanne Boyarsky and Scott Selikoff (see here). Also, during the final stages of your preparation, use the Enthuware mock exams. Those give you a realistic view on how you will perform on the actual exam. But above all, write as much code as you can. Write it, break it and fix it again.
I see you are being moved to the exam forum; I shall complete that move. Please go through that forum, and (probably more so) the results forum, and see what people say about how they prepared for the exams.
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