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Fail at 56%

Zhixiong Pan
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Joined: Jan 25, 2006
Posts: 239
I am so upset since I just failed to pass today.

My score on each objectives are as:
The Servlet Technology Model ----33%
The Structure and Deployment of Web Applications -----37%
The Web Container Model ----57%
Session Management ----57%
Web Application Security ----66%
The JavaServer Pages (JSP) Technology Model ----57%
Building JSP Pages Using the Expression Language (EL) -----60%
Building JSP Pages Using Standard Actions ----75%
Building JSP Pages Using Tag Libraries ----37%
Building a Custom Tag Library ----80%
J2EE Patterns ----83%

That chart actually reflected my weak part in heading a Web Developer. My embarrassment is that my job can hardly contribute knowledge or experience to such a cert.
Some MOCK exams had been taken are from the JavaRanch free ones. Before I decide to take a next trying, I have two questions:
1) I have heard some change about the SCWCD since this July because of the Sun merging into the Oracle. Is that correct?
2) Are those non-free MOCK exam going to provide more simulated quizes?

Thank you!

Frits Walraven
Creator of Enthuware JWS+ V6
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Joined: Apr 07, 2010
Posts: 2092

Hi Zhixiong,

I am sorry to hear that you failed your exam, but thanks for sharing it with us.
2) Are those non-free MOCK exam going to provide more simulated quizes?

By the Enthuware mock exams: make sure you pass all 8 mock-exams and you are well prepared for the exam. The questions are really simular to the real exam questions and they cover all the subjects of the exam well. Read the explanations that they give on wrong answers and go back to the topic in your book or look it up in the specs. Write lots of small pieces of code at home untill you are comfortable on a subject.

Regards and good luck on your next attempt: don't give up!
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