This week's book giveaway is in the General Computing forum. We're giving away four copies of Arduino in Action and have Martin Evans, Joshua Noble, and Jordan Hochenbaum on-line! See this thread for details.
First, spent some time on identifying some good materials, and came up with the following stuff:
-Notes by Mikalai Zaikin: - this was my first choice as the Notes for SCWCD by Mikalai Zaikin helped me a lot earlier. This site has the notes in pdf format and covering most of sections. Thanks to Mikalai & Adel Almoshaigah
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Kala Ravishanker wrote:Hi all
I have cleared SCEA Part 1 with the score of 76%.
Just want to thank everyone for sharing informations on SCEA exam preparation, experiences, etc. which motivated me to target a good score.(although I got lower than what I expected!)
Congratulations Ravi and thanks for the information that you have provided above.
Joined: Jun 19, 2009
Our mock exams are online Based and as soon it is updated it will be reflected in all accounts of the users.
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Mika Tapanainen wrote:Hello Raj!
I bought a week ago the Whizlabs for the SCEA.
What kind of the updates you are doing? When they are ready? Are those new updates available for me also?
Joined: Jun 11, 2009
that's good to know. I have enjoyed your product so far and I will go to the part 1 at may and will report the results and my study plan.
Currently I have got 64% and 60% from the first two Mock tests and to be fine in the actual test I want to rise this number.
Joined: Mar 16, 2010
My kind suggestion, dont just depend on Whizlabs Mock exams, try as many as possible other mock exams which are freely available online. This will help to manage your time on the real exam.
Actually I was getting on average above 80% at the whizlabs mock exams, finishing within an hour. However the real test was bit harder comparing to this, having more real scenarios(lengthy), covering more on the new areas like EJB3, JCA, JPA, JAX-WS, etc. May be the updated version from Whizlabs would help.
Joined: Jun 11, 2009
Thanks for the advice.
I'm using normally 1-1,5 hours for Whizlabs test. Maybe I try also other mock exams. One work friend did part 1/3 and get 97% and he said it's really easy. But maybe he has wider experience than I have.