I cleared Part 1 today with 82%.
I took me 6 weeks to study for this.
I am confused whether I should attempt for part 2 and part 3 before the Sept 30 deadline.
I do not have any architectural exp. However I do understand design pattern and have worked on Servlet/JSP, Webservies, JMS, Spring. I have not worked on JSF, JPA and session beans. Nor I have I worked on Securty API like JAAS, JSSE etc.
Regarding UML I have only drawn seq diagram, class diagram and that too to a limited extend
Also what preparation is needed for part in terms of reading.
What is the exact syllabus in terms of score for clearing part 2 and part 3.
It typically takes more time for part 2 than part 1. Given your background, I think it is too late unless you can spend a ton of time on it every week. You could still try and see how close you get though.
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Thanks for your reply.
For part 1 I had spent 12 fulldays(all weekends)
For part 2 and 3 I can give 16 fulldays(5 weekends plus 2 hoilday in between and 4 at the end) plus 2 hours each day(sums to 3 extra days).
Also what material should be reffered for part 2 other than Mark Caid