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I just went through <Head First Servlet & JSP> twice. Making my own study notes and tried all free mock exams.
I got only 62% in the final mock exam of <Head First Servlet & JSP>. The real exam is relatively easier than the mock exams I took. But what I want to say is Paying attention to any question which SEEMS quite easy. I may lose many points there in the REAL exam. Read every single word and sentence carefully.
Thanks javaranch again to help me a java beginner to pass this exam
Cheers, M&M [ January 12, 2005: Message edited by: Mellihoney Michael ]
The oringal author of the question makes a good point in broken english:
"But what I want to say is Paying attention to any question which SEEMS quite easy"
I think everyone should be aware that those questions that SEEM easy are the ones to watch out for.
I remember when looking at my score report from SCBCD, i got fullmarks in lal the difficult area, and the most basic sections, (like client view of a session bean) , i end up getiing the lowest mark! whats with that? Point is - watch out for what u think is easy - its a trap i tell u !!!
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