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Problem OCPJWCD 1.6

 
Randika Isuru
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I have passed the OCJP exam with 83%.
And now I decide to do the next step ocpwcd 1.5 but I have some problem 1.5 and 1.6 what is the best version I need to do. I know the latest version is the best one always. But I see in the internet there are no mock exam for ocpwcd 1.6 exam and also still i cannot find good reference book for 1.6. Because I see "Head First Servlets & JSP, Second Edition" book is not good enough for ocpwcd 1.6. But that book OK for ocpwcd 1.5.
am I correct or wrong?
I' am in little bit trouble in this movement
If anybody can give me good advice for what is best one for choose (with reasons) I' am highly appreciate that
 
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Go for the WCD6 exam.

Did you check the ScwcdLinks and the Certification Results to see what others did to pass the WCD6 exam?

Regards,
Frits
 
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Congratulations!
 
Des Robin
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Congrats on passing OCJP.

While there are fewer resources for OCEWCD, several people have already passed the exam (see cerification results) and have provided the "roadmap" to clearing the test. It appears the following have proven to be sufficient:

1. Head First Servlets & JSP Second Edition
2. The Servlet 3 spec.
3. The JEE6 specific mock test be Piotr Nowicki - http://piotrnowicki.com/2011/03/jee-6-scwcd-mock-questions/
4. The Enthuware mock exams for final prep.

If you are less time constrained and want a great score, the JSP 2.2 spec may be worth a read (though it does not seem to be essential). Also seen the JEE6 tutorial get a mention to help clear up any gaps.

Hope that helps.
 
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