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Cleared SCBCD with 100%

Saagar Kappa
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Joined: Nov 10, 2005
Posts: 23
Hi everybody,

I cleared SCBCD with 100%

I thought I would lose 3-4 questions but it turned out that my way of analyzation was correct.

On this occasion I would like to thank miMohammed and Vikas Prasad of javaranch for their help and guidance. A special thanks to miMohammed who helped me run the program in HFEJB.

A special thanks to Kathy and Bates for providing an excellent book HFEJB. I loved the book, but I have only one complaint. In teh next edition please try to focus on giving more code and examples for the students to gain an experience rather than LEARN just for teh exam...

My preparation was like this...

Intense preparation for 2 weeks. I spent around 15-17 hours a day. Read Head First EJB like thrice. FIrst time I read through, but the second time I read with more concentration and underlining the important points. I read these points on teh day of the exam. Scored around 93% in the Mock Exam which I took on the day before teh exam.

The exam questions were tricky and most of them need u to think and analyze, but if u r good at ur basics u can eliminate the wrong choices easily. Listen to Kathy and Bates. They really know what they r talking about. If they say something is important and needs to be memorized just DO it. u will understand why when u take the exam...

Good luck to all the aspirants...

Saagar


SCJP 1.4, SCWCD 1.4, SCBCD 1.3, OCA (DBA)<br /> <br />Winners dont do different things. They do things differently...
Christophe Verré
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Joined: Nov 24, 2005
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Wow impressive. Congratulations


A special thanks to Kathy and Bates for providing an excellent book HFEJB. I loved the book, but I have only one complaint. In teh next edition please try to focus on giving more code and examples for the students to gain an experience rather than LEARN just for teh exam...

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Mikalai Zaikin
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Joined: Jun 04, 2002
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Congratz !!!


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B.Sathish
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Joined: Aug 18, 2005
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Intense preparation for 2 weeks. I spent around 15-17 hours a day. Read Head First EJB like thrice


You must be crazy . I wonder how you managed to stuff so much in your brain in so little time.

Awesome score , congrats !!!
Greg Charles
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Joined: Oct 01, 2001
Posts: 2771
    
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Wow, you have an amazing head for details. And yet somehow you managed to miss the big red letters at the top of this forum saying, "Please post your Exam Results in the Sun Certification Results forum."

I'm just teasing you because I'm jealous. Congratulations!
vikas prasad
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Joined: Nov 06, 2005
Posts: 44
Dear Sagar,
Excellent Job.
in two weeks time it's not easy to get 100%.
you are great, hats off.
very well done.

cheers


Vikas Prasad<br />SCJP 1.4 SCWCD1.4 SCBCD1.3
Micheal Jacob
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Joined: Nov 25, 2002
Posts: 89
Hi Sagar,

Excellent.
Nice shot.

Micheal
Fabr�cio Martins
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Joined: Aug 04, 2005
Posts: 1
Yeah! Congratulations
Bert Bates
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Joined: Oct 14, 2002
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Saagar?! 100% !! WOW !!!

Thanks for your kind words. When Sun gets organized, we'll start looking into an update for the book :roll: We have heard from other readers that they would like more code examples!

Congrats!

Bert


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Daniel D. Guo
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Joined: Jun 07, 2004
Posts: 30
Saagar:

That was awesome! Congrats a million.

Can I ask how well you knew EJB before preparing for the test?

Thanks,

Dan
Saagar Kappa
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Joined: Nov 10, 2005
Posts: 23
Thank You all for your response...

@Satou: My shelf can support any weight as long as the BRICK is useful to me

@Satish: u r rite, I am a little crazy when it comes to finishing things...

@Vikas: Thank You, u and mi Mohammed were of great help.

@ Greg: Wanted to share my success here with the friends who helped me initially. Now I dont know how to move the thread..

@Mikalai, Michael and Fabricio: Thanks for ur wishes.

@Bert: Thank You for ur appreciation. It would be great if u guys release a book which provides hands-on experience..

@Daniel: Not very well actually, I have experience with Java, Servlets and JSP's and am relatively new to EJB. I take preparing for Certification differently from having an experience...

LAST BUT NOT LEAST: PEOPLE HAVE BEEN CONTACTING ME IN E-MAIL TO TELL THEM SOME EXAM QUESTIONS THAT I GOT. LET ME CLEAR IT OUT THAT NEITHER DO I REMEMBER ANY OF TEHM NOR AM I WILLING TO SHARE ANY QUESTIONS EVEN IF I DO. PLEASE PREPARE AND APPEAR HONESTLY. IF U HAVE ANY QIESTIONS REGARDING THE SUBJECT AND FORMAT OR SOMETHING THEN ONLY CONTACT ME IN E-MAIL....

Thank You all once again..
Saagar
MI Mohammed
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Joined: Feb 16, 2005
Posts: 146
Hi Saagar,
We finally made it through.You just nothing but a winner.
Remember, quitters never win!!!
So boy a very big
and a very wide
and thanks for making me part of the story.
Guys i am out for a beer tonight, No practice No HFEJB
All for my Geeee


SCJA(Beta) SCJP 1.4 SCWCD 1.4 SCBCD 1.3 SCBCD 5.0 beta <br />The more practice we get, the better we are at the exams and in life in general. Pls join me at My DEN.
nik rb
Greenhorn

Joined: Sep 25, 2005
Posts: 21
well done sagar!!!
now that uve done it... mabe others like me shuld do it too
well i have some stuff to ask.
I cleared scjp1.4 last month with 80% with about 10 days prep... now i want to give eiter SCWCD or SCBCD but im not sure which one to give first...
knowing that you have experienced both mabe u can tell me...
which one takes less time?? n has more material available...
and how do i start??
looking forward to your reply
cheers,
nik
 
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