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OCP Oracle Certified Professional Java SE 11 Developer Practice Tests: Absorption Order?

 
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Could your new book be used as a replacement for CSG?  If it is meant to supplement CSG, do the chapters match?  If so, what is the best order to read and absorb the material from both books? Example: Read both Chapter 1s possibly CSG first, before reading both Chapter 2s possibly CSG first, then proceeding to do the same for each subsequent books and chapters.
 
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Charles,
It is definitely a supplement rather than a replacement. The CSG is organized for learning. The Practice Test book is organized by objective.

Page xix maps chapters in the CSG (or the standalone 815/816 books) to the practice test. Making the answer to your question in the book!
 
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