"Arun AG", please check your private messages for an important administrative matter.
Also, blease use real words when posting to the forums. Abbreviations such as "Q" in place of "question" and "abt" instead of "about" only serve to make your posts more difficult to read and less likely to generate useful responses.
1) Is there a split-up of questions by Sections ? i.e. Of the 8 sections, do we know how many questions per section ?
>> No Body know how many questions you can get on each section. But you will get questions from all sections, that's confirm.
2) I read in the "SCEA study guide" that only the GOF patterns are relevant for Part 1 of the exam and J2ee patterns are relevant for Part 2 & 3. Is that true ?
>> No. GOF and JEE patterns both are required for part 1. Refer Objective 7 in the exam.
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Thanks for the answer Deepak.
@Bear I have updated the post as per your suggestion. Thanks.
The Questions in Real Exam reflects All Sections . Each Section touches minimum of 4 to 9 Questions in my Observation.
In my Exam I Observed that 95% of Questions Based on Our Opinions(need to find good solution) on Real Time Scenarios.
I feel the Exam Pattern Gives much confidence in Candidate who is attempting, about Java/J2EE Technologies.
Best Of Luck everyBody who are going to be Attempting Part -1.
looking at the % corrects it almost looked like an equal split (8 questions each for 8 sections) - I mean, in my case. But ofcourse there are overlaps like the web service comes in two places in the objectives so one cannot say accurately.