In my opinion, each question requires us to think over it. It looks like many can be candidate options but your
best guess has to make out to be the answer. I got some deady ones on security with 8 options , 2 to
select. Many ques are related to EJB. So even a legacy, protocol, security questions will talk in terms of
EJB. The best way to prepare is go through articles in FAQ list. Create your own understanding and question the
answers as to why they are correct.
My prepairation includes 1) SCEA study guide 2) cade study guide 3) articles 4) GOF book 5) Martin's UML book 6) A few mock exams 7) Head first EJB 8) Sun blue prints ( didnt read it completly, just had a look over text) 9)Head first patterns
I found things comfertable because I've already done SCBCD (98) (Mar ,05)and that becomes a function of my approach towards EJB related ques.
Following are some suggestions towards Part I 1) Have good understanding of EJB 2) read through articles 3) try questioning why everywhere, 4) try mocks , but dont try which dont offer explaination 5) Make your own notes 6) last but not least , be a good person.
(do you think last one is not relevant? think over...why?)
I cant thank the forum enough, many ranchers here have been really great in explaining the stuff. This forum rocks!!!
Planning to take exam shortly. Have any suggestion?
Joined: Sep 05, 2003
Yeah Laxmi, Sure I've suggestions! 1) Read articles 2) Make use of Mark() facility 3) Dont dwell on que you cant solve in 2 readings 4) Must have 15 mins minimum at end to review 5) Try questioning the validity of statements in articles, books.Try to find answers yourself and then match with actual ones. 6) Go ahead and crack the exam, you wont know its difficuly unless you take it. Its a lot different from other ones. 7) Give me a nice party or treat after cracking the exam..dont forget!!