Paul Anilprem wrote:
...But you are right, it could be a bit frustrating or even a distraction if there are too many of them. So we have removed most of them from the Last Day Test. It has only 5 of them now (reduced from 22).
Thanks Paul for the reply. The final test was particulary off-putting, the recent changes have made it much better! Thank you.
I'm planning to buy the Enthuware question set for the SCWCD examination; there really isn't a competitor out there that comes close. Keep up the good work!
i want to know is k&b sufficient for clearing ocpjp ?
More than sufficiently I'd say. I read it once thoroughly and it was the best contributor to my certification by far. Do take every sentency in it seriously though. And I don't know about the differences between OCPJP 6 and OCPJP 7... Check which exam you're taking and look at the exam's objectives.
and is there any difference in xams taken by sun and oracle ? pattern and qstn types are same or diff ??
First, Sun is now part of Oracle. If you're talking about Sun or Oracle you're talking about the same company really.
To answer the question; the question style in K&B is similar but more difficult than the exam's. There's more logic involved in K&B -which I actually enjoyed a lot- but you won't see much of this in the exam. Most of my OCPJP exam questions were max 15 lines of code and reasonably formatted (unlike K&B). Don't be put off by low K&B scoring; you're doing fine if you're above 50% or so.
Congratulation dude.. it's a very good score....
Not here to brag, but thanks :-). Please note I got much lower scores in my preparation which was the point I was trying to make.
Got my certification today and have to say, it looks quite nice! (better than my university's master degree weirdly)
// Note: I should have mentioned I'm working for a contractor for Oracle which may have biased my opinion (I don't see how, but it can ;-), consider this a legal notice).
I just noticed everyone is referring to me as "Neil" rather than "Niel" or "Niels". Don't mind but how come? Is Neil more natural in the tiny non-Dutch world out there? =]