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Oracle Java Certification: Practice Test for 1Z0-808 Exam

Be an Oracle Certified Associate(OCA) Java SE 8 Programmer-I; Preparation for Interview. MCQ with solution & explanation



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This course is for a complete preparation of the Oracle Java SE 8 Programmer – I examination, includes 5 practice tests with  340 multiple choice questions (MCQ). All questions have been designed based on the real exam questions. Some questions may have more than one answers because in the actual exam you might expect some questions with multiple answers. I have explained the solution to every question and related possible questions.

Why is this course so important?

This course contains more than 340 questions similar to Oracle Java SE 8 Programmer – I real exam.  By regular study and practice those questions, you will be an ideal candidate for the exam with a complete preparation. Throughout the 5 sample practice test with 350 new  questions, you will get a flavor of the actual exam. The journey to complete this course will improve your programming skills to a great extent, which will be helpful in the job interview.

Key features of practice sections and model test:

  • You can pause the test at any time and resume later.
  • You can retake the test as many times as you would like.
  • The progress bar at the top of the screen will show your progress as well as the time remaining in the test. If you run out of time, don’t worry; you will still be able to finish the test.
  • You can skip a question to come back to at the end of the exam.
  • You can also use “Mark for Review” to come back to questions you are unsure about before you submit your test.
  • If you want to finish the test and see your results immediately, press the stop button.

Sample questions:

Sample-1: Which of the following lines contain a compiler error?

public static void main(String[] args){       // line 1     String greet = “Hi, there. “;         // line 2     int number, double name;      // line 3     System.out.println(greet + “Your number is ” +  number) ;      // line 4 }

A)  line 1

B)  line 1 and line 2

C)  line 3

D)  line 4

Answer: C

Explanation: Java does not allow multiple data types to be declared in the same declaration. In line 3, int and double types are declared in the same line, which is an error. So, option C is the correct answer.

Sample -2: What is the output of the following code?

public class FooBarMama {     public FooBarMama() {     System.out.println(“FooBarMama constructor”);} } public class FooBar extends FooBarMama {        public FooBar() {     System.out.println(“FooBar constructor”);} } public static void main(String[] args) {     FooBar f = new FooBar();     System.out.println( f ); }

A)   FooBarMama constructor                                                        B)  FooBarMama constructor

FooBar constructor

C)   FooBar constructor                                                                 D)  Code has a compiling error

E) Code has a Runtime error

Answer: A

Explanation: When an object is created, one constructor will be called for every class in its inheritance hierarchy. By default, Java  calls the constructor you asked for, and then the no-argument constructor for every superclass (parent class). Here FooBar is a subclass (child class) and FooBarMama is the superclass (parent class).

Sample-3: Given that SC is an scanner object. Which of the following code stores users value into an array?


int[] d = new int[10]; for (int i = 0; i < d.length; i++) {     SC.nextInt(); }


int[] d = new int[10]; d[i] = SC.nextInt();


int[] d = new int[10]; for (int i = 0; i < d.length; i++) {     d[i] = SC.nextInt(); }

D)  None of the above is correct

Answer: C

Explanation: If you want to fill an array with keyboard input values you will need a loop to repeatedly get the input and put the value into the array. Loop continues until it reach to the length of the array.  Then use nextInt() method for assigning  keyboard value.

**About the Oracle Java SE 8 Programmer – I Exam**

Why is this exam important?

Oracle Java certification is too important to unlock a wide range of career opportunities. It all starts with a proof of your gathered knowledge. When your prospective employer will see your resume with Oracle certification (OCA) status, they will grab your resume without any doubt. So, Oracle Java certification helps win better job prospects in the industry and even makes you comparatively superior to other candidates. Besides, you will have higher salaries to those who are not certified. Be prepared for an Oracle certification and move further in your career.

OCA -Java SE 8 Programmer – I exam details:

  • Exam Number: 1Z0 808
  • Exam Title: Java SE 8 Programmer I
  • Duration: 150 min
  • Number of Questions: 70
  •   Passing Marks: 65%

Exam topics (All covered in this course):

  1. Java Basics
  2. Working with Java Data Types
  3. Using Operators and Decision Constructs
  4. Creating and Using Arrays
  5. Using Loop Constructs
  6. Working with Methods and Encapsulation
  7. Working with Inheritance
  8. Handling Exceptions
  9. Working with Selected Classes from the Java API

Where to register the exam?

You may visit ORACLE website to get information for registration

Who is the target audience?
  • Anybody who is planning to attend Oracle Java Certification Exam
  • Anyone who is preparing for Java job interview

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