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passed with 91%

 
suma sindu
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Hi

Thank you all for your support.

Thanks to Kathy, bert ... for the great book.
I know i needed to post results in results forum but i'm posting here to thank this forum's members for answering my questions(I hope it's not offensive).

My score in EL & Standrad actions was bad which reduced the overall score.

I have a question about choosing career path.

Right now I do not have any real experience in programming, i'd like start trying for a job within the next 5months.

So, the real question is:

inorder to get confidence to apply for a job( to get better weight to my resume) is it better I do a project( for all those 5months) based on my knowledge sofar or whether to do SCBCD also and then do a project. So what do u suggest about how to utilize my 5months time.


I do not have any idea at all about EJBs, so i'm not sure how long it might take for me to write SCBCD. May be I can spend only 3hours a day for either project or BCD( together).


Thanks
Suma
 
Meera Rao
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Congratulations, Suma.
Great score.
 
chowdary Thammineedi
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Congrats Suma. You did great. Didn't you?

How much did you score on the HFS&J final mock? How much on enthuware tests, if you did them? If you've posted them before, Sorry, I did not take the trouble of searching for them.

Can you elaborate your preparation starategy and your scores on the mocks.

Regarding your question on choosing a career path, I'm in no position to comment.
 
suma sindu
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Thank you.

I'l write about my preperation later(it's already late night).

suma
 
suma sindu
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Hi chowdary

I read HFSJ & took some mock exams.

I got 66% on hfsj mcok exam. I got around 10 wrong answers in that mock because i didn't know howmany correct answers are there.

After taking the hfsj mock, i did some mock exams on j2eecertificate.com, jdiscuss.com, whizlabs demo(free) mock exam.

Like someone already told, u'l get around 50 questions for which u don't need to think twice, they are so easy. Ofcourse, that doesn't mean, u should answer those question without a second thought. (i answered all those easy questions without thinking twice and got three of them wrong which i would've answered if i rechecked them before finishing the test).

If u don't bother about the score and just want to pass, HFSJ is enough. But if u want to score (close to) 100%, u might have to go thru the specs(which i didn't do).



good luck
Suma
 
chandrajeet padhy
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Hi All,
newbie to scwcd ranch forum. Just wondering to find which version of JSP and servlet are been asked in the exam. Guessing from my understanding its servlet2.4 n JSP2.0. Could any of the successful and aspiring arms clear me on it.

wr,
chandrajeet
 
Gavin Zhao
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Congrats Suma.
I have passed scwcd whith 85% on january
 
chandrajeet padhy
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dear folks,
speculative about what HFSJ is?
btw, have collected few of the web links abt scwcd exam. Going thru them..

regards,
chandrajeet
 
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