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SCDJWS - CX 310-220 Pass - 98%

Sachet Varma
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Joined: Jun 07, 2009
Posts: 39
Hi all,

I have passed SCDJWS (310-220) with a score of 98%.

My resources were:
1) RMH
2) Blue prints
3) MZ guide and Quiz

A huge Thank You to Ivan for clearing a lot of my doubts that would crop up from time to time. Great guide Mikalai. Hope I can look forward to similar quiz material when I appear for my upgrade exam sometime in the next 6 months

This forum has been very helpful and would like to thank you all for helping me pass this.




vani venkat
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Joined: Nov 21, 2006
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hi sachet
congratulations on your great score. i hope you would be around to clarify doubts.


SCJP 1.4, SCWCD 1.5
Sachet Varma
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Sure
Asit Baran
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Joined: Oct 13, 2008
Posts: 25
great score ...congrats Can you tell me the question pattern? I mean:
  • Did they cover all topics equally? If not, which portion should i concentrate most?
  • How much code snippets did you get and from where?
  • Do I need to remember APIs...could you suggest some?
  • I did not find any good resource for the last two objectives of the exam: "General Design and Architecture" and "Endpoint Design and Architecture"...Can you suggest some?


  • Appreciate your help.

    Thanks,
    Asit
    Mikalai Zaikin
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    Congratulations !!!

    Great score !!!

    Glad to know my WSD Guide and WSD Quiz helped.

    regards,
    MZ


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    Hong Anderson
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    Congrats, that is a superb score.

    Anyway, who is Ivan?


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    Sachet Varma
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    Hi ,

    Well its was pretty much equal coverage. For the last two objectives , I referred to Mz's guide and the Blue Prints. Read the Blue Prints thoroughly. A lot of questions are from there.

    You need to know JAXB , JAXP API very well. Also pay attention to the UDDI Inquiry and publishing queries.

    The exam wasnt that tough , but do take time to sit and understand everything and what the BP says on certain topics like WSDL and other specifications.

    I have spent close to 2 months perparing for this with 4-5 hours put in each day. This exam requires a lot of reading , so when planning for this , see that you have the req prep time.

    hope this helps.

    By the way Ivan Krizsan is a Ranch Hand and has also come out with study notes for the SCDJWS 5 exam.


    Vinay Nath
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    Congrats buddy !!!


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    Asit Baran
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    Joined: Oct 13, 2008
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    Thanks a lot Sachet ...this is really helpful
    Cameron Wallace McKenzie
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    Congratulations!

    -Cameron McKenzie
    Meherdad Bomanbehram
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    Sachet Varma wrote:Hi ,

    Well its was pretty much equal coverage. For the last two objectives , I referred to Mz's guide and the Blue Prints. Read the Blue Prints thoroughly. A lot of questions are from there.


    Hi Sachet ,
    Congrats . its a very good score .
    Where do you download or Buy the Blue Prints from ? did you refer to Ivan's study guide too ?
    What do you plan on doing next ?

    Many thanks
    Sachet Varma
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    Blue Prints - https://blueprints.dev.java.net/books.html

    I didnt refer Ivan's guide since its for SCDJWS 5.
    Devaka Cooray
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    Congratulations


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    vani venkat
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    hi sachet,
    out of curiosity, did you work in webservices before appearing for certification? did you use any mock exams or simulators?
    Sachet Varma
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    Yes , I do have work exp in JAX-RPC. I took the MZ Quiz as well as Whizlabs and free mock pdfs that came with 20-30 questions. there were couple of posts in javaranch where racnhers have posted their own compiled quizzes
    vani venkat
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    hi sachet,
    in some posts here, it is mentioned that scdjws 5 simulator from whizlabs has incorrect answers. how did you find the one for 1.4 version?
    Sachet Varma
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    It was ok , bt dont rely on those alone.
    Sharma Ritu
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    Congratulations on your wonderful score!

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    Dan Drillich
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    Congratulations!

    Many thanks for the Blue Prints link – very high quality.

    Regards,
    Dan

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