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Hi! I have been taking both the Enthuware and Whizlabs mock tests in preparation for Oracle's 1z0-815, and I have been wondering: how do the Enthuware practice tests compare with the Whizlabs tests with regard to how hard they are? I have been getting okay scores on the Enthuware tests (71% for foundations, 70% for test 1 and 79% for test 2), but my scores on the Whizlabs tests have been poor (53%, 55%, 59% and 64%) which is a worry for me.

I feel that some of it is because the Whizlabs tests seem to have a lot more sneaky gotchas and also a much bigger emphasis on API methods.

Does anyone have experience with the different mock exams?  Enthuware claims its tests are harder than the real exams, but I’ve heard the Java 11 OCP exams are tougher than earlier ones. How do the different tests compare to each other, and to the real exam? I would like to be able to put my scores in context, so I can determine how ready I am for the real test.

Thank you.
 
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