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Passed SCBCD with 92%

 
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Hi All,

Today I passed the SCBCD exam with 92% (65/70). Many thanks to Kathy and Bert for their awesome book HFEJB. You really make EJB fun to learn. I scored 55/70 on the final mock exam. I also used softSCBCD software, I did all all mock exams with an average score of 60/70. I think this software is a very good preparation for the exam.

I also think that this forum is an invaluable source of information and inspiration.

Thanks,
Jean-Ren�
 
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Congrats, great score



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Whoa dude.... Awesome!
 
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Congrats!!!
 
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Congratulations

Manoj Gupta
SoftLearn Systems
www.softlearn-systems.com
 
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awesome
 
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Congrat. , nice shot dear,
I'm new here and actually i admire this site alot, it's great and I hope to be more active , anyway I'll try but please as you and many other members has passed SCBCD and as i'm prepaing 4 it these days, -my exam will be during this week :'(- i want to ask how close sofSCBCD simulatro to the exam , i've practiced using it and my score more than 60/70 is it ok or do 've to se whizlabs to, and does the real exam like softSCBCD ones or kind of a different ,
plz help me -u know how hard to get into this -
thnx all n advance
sameh
 
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Hi Sameh,

I personally found that softSCBCD was very close to the real exam. While preparing for the exam, I was a bit concern about the fact that the exam simulator didn't have drag and drop questions but it didn't reveiled to be an issue for me during the exam.

I did all softSCBCD mocks exams and personnaly, during the real exam, I felt very confortable with the environnement and the kind questions that were asked.

The HFEJB final mock was definitly harder than the real exam so I recommand you do it before the exam.

You could also look the www.j2eecertificate.com and the jdiscuss mock exams they are great too.

Good luck for your exam !

Regards,
Jean-Ren�
 
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