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jorge zapata

Joined: Oct 02, 2001
Posts: 10
Hi all,
I find all your post very helpful and interesting. I have some J2EE experience and have worked with it for a while now. In this tuff job market I am looking to get the SCWCD, so I decided to buy the Manning book.
I work a lot, and don�t have much time, I really want to avoid over studying for the exam.
My question is, what is the exam like? Is it similar to the simulation exams on the CD Rom that came with the book? Is it easier, harder etc� Also how do the questions compare to the questions at the end of the chapters?
Thanks in advance,
Srinivas M

Joined: Dec 18, 2002
Posts: 12
The Manning book is one of the best for SCWCD examination. The questions in the book and 3 mock tests that are provided in CD are at the same standard as that of the real examination. The best way to prepare for the exam is to understand the concepts,APIs rather than over reading the book. If you are confident then take all mock tests in the CD. If you are getting around 85 to 90% then go for the examination.
Last week I appeared for the SCWCD examination and got 93%. Apart from manning book, go through the APIs and specs of Servlet and JSP. They are all included in the CD.
All the best
jorge zapata

Joined: Oct 02, 2001
Posts: 10
hey thank you!
so would you suggest i take the exam if i am scoring in the mid 80's on the mock exams?
thanks again.
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