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Go for Book or only JSR?

Marthin Bergstrand
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Joined: Sep 14, 2012
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hi,
im planning to take 1Z0-899 (web compontents). I already have taken 1Z0-895 EJB and 1Z0-898 JPA. My question is this: will it be faster to read only the JSR´s and do mockexams (and still be able to pass without any problem) then to read some book and then probably have to complement with JSR and mock exams as well? Anyone with experiance that have been in my sistuation that can give any kind advice?

Best Regards
Marthin
Paul Anilprem
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Marthin Bergstrand wrote:hi,
im planning to take 1Z0-899 (web compontents). I already have taken 1Z0-895 EJB and 1Z0-898 JPA. My question is this: will it be faster to read only the JSR´s and do mockexams (and still be able to pass without any problem) then to read some book and then probably have to complement with JSR and mock exams as well? Anyone with experiance that have been in my sistuation that can give any kind advice?

Best Regards
Marthin


If you have no experience in writing JSPs and Servlets, then you need a book. Otherwise, the specification should be enough. Make sure you write test programs for each exam objective if you are not going through a certification book.

HTH,
Paul.


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