Adrian Pop wrote:I have the feeling that 1Z0-815 is a walk in the park compared to 1Z0-816...
Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:While there is more to learn for the 816 exam, the questions are more likely to be testing what they appear to. So if you get a question on IO, you can focus on IO. Not a problem with a loop.
Bruce Phillips wrote:I'm now using OCP Java SE 11 Programmer II Study Guide (really excellent book) to study the MANY 1Z0-816 exam subjects. I'm only on Chapter 4 but feel overwhelmed by the huge amount of knowledge I'm expected to memorize to prepare for the 1Z0-816 exam. If I read one more statement from the book "Memorize this table" (the table has 10 rows and six columns!) I might jump out my window.
I wonder how many people have taken and passed the Java 11 Part II exam
Charles O'Leary wrote:After reading this thread again, I noticed that the "Memorize this table" notation does not appear for every table.
To the point of feeling overwhelmed, for those that passed by using the Sybex 816 book mainly, do you actually advise that I "only" have to memorize the tables that specifically say "Memorize this table"? Or rather, the tables where it specifically says "Memorize this table" are tables that I should ensure that I have 100% recall on, in addition to the other tables that I may not have as much recall on but would obviously add value otherwise? (I use Java 6 everyday for work, although I did obtain OCA 8.)