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Passed SCBCD 87%

 
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Today i took the exam after 2 week of preparation and did manage to pass with 87%, didnt had much time as the there is a lot of work pressure.
As for my preparation goes i read these materials once
a)Enterprise JavaBeans - Richard Monson-Haefel
b)Part of EJB Spec
c)Mikalai Zaikin's SCBCD Notes
Also i had gone through the recent java ranchers question in the past week.
Got some tricky questions on the deployment descriptor..else the test was ok, made some silly mistakes...
Well thanks a lot ranchers...
Cheers,
Vijay
 
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Congrats Vijay, two weeks preperation with work pressure and still you managed a good score. That's great.
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Congratulations!
 
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Congratulations Vijay!
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Bharat
 
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