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Cleared SCBCD with 94 %

 
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Hi Friends,

I cleared my scbcd exam with 94% .
My special thanks to Kathy and Bates for their special book HF EJB .
And thanks to Mikalai Zaikin for his spec material .

I had worked in EJBs a year before and it took me 10 intensive 12- 14 hour days, with two revisions of HF EJB and Mikalai Zaikin's material to prepare for the exam .
I feel understanding HF EJB and revising Mikalai Zaikin's material helped me to the core . I got 83 % when I took HF EJB mock exam 2 days back .

Thanks to my friends Dinesh, Balaji, Bala who helped me in the past 1 week to save time for my preparation.

Thanks to the SCBCD forum, and all you people for your wonderful support .

Thanks and Regards,
Rufus
 
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Now thatz a great score
Congrats and keep it up.

Me also preparing for the exam, reading HF and M's notes.
What was your approach.
I mean to say, were you maintaining your own notes.
How many mock tests did u take ?
 
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Congrats Johny, Great Score.
 
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CONGRATS on gettting an amazing score.

You shoud have put really a great effort to score 94%. becase u r saying that u lost the touch with EJB an year back.

12-14 hrs a day is really a g8 commitment...you should have missed doing your regular activities like going to gym etc.,

Any plans of taking of J2EA in the near future.
 
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Thanks Balaji, Chetan and Sanjay,

I forgot to thank EJBCERTIFICATE.COM for their free mock exams.
I took my mock exams from ejbcertificate.com , and their section wise question listings was great and helped me to judge how far I was advancing on each topic .

HF EJB's questions at the end of each chapter was the other set of questions I concentrated upon . Everytime I stumbled upon a crucial note or new rule, I wrote them for a final revision on the exam day.

Thanks Balaji for highlighting about J2EA, but my plans are for SCWCD .
Probably from tomorrow I am going to start writing a customized JSP application to manage my expenses/personal reminders and other stuff , which will also aid me in doing SCWCD .
 
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Congratulations !!!



regards,
MZ
 
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Congrats
 
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congratulations and enjoy!
 
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