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Hints for short-term preparation for part I

 
Flom Xanther
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Hi Ranchers,

I'm taking part I on 22nd, in 2 days. I think I'm prepared quite good, but getting nervous, that I missed something..

Do you have any hints, how to best prepare in the next 2 days?

Thank you very much!

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Xanther
 
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Did you try any mock tests ? You can also revise notes of fernando, its very detailed and covers some of the topics not covered in cade book (Applets, Security etc.,)

http://fernandofranzini.files.wordpress.com/2012/07/ocmjea-jee5-1z0-8641.pdf

 
Flom Xanther
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Yes I took the whizlabs mocks a few times.
PDF looks good, Thanks for your answer!

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Flom
 
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I looked at my corners of Jave EE, Applets, JCA (Connectors), IDL. - But missed JCA-Java cryptography API.
Today, I scored 78% on the first part of the exam - Not that awesome, but passed.

What I remember:
There were just a few questions related to patterns.
I didn't know the exact responsibilites of the different roles in EE - application assembler, deployer - and what are the able to do.

I think the whizlabs mocks are quite applicable for the exam as I scored 70%-90% percent on them.


Regards,
Flom

 
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