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Passed SCBCD - 90%

 
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Hi, today I took another step to SCEA.

For preparation I mainly used HFEJB, (thanks Kathy & Bert) and Whizlabs Exam Simulator. In addition, I used "Java certiciation success, Part 3: SCBCD" and the EJB 2.0 specification to dig into some of the details.

The score is secondary, because I really feel that during studying I understood the concepts of EJB which will serve me for SCEA preparation.

Onto the next - SCWCD !
 
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Hi Wei-ju Wu ,

Hearty Congratulations...Great score.

I was sure that you would get a good score.
How was the exam??
I could score around 70% in enthuware tests.
Can I now take the real exam?
I wish you all the best for SCWCD too..
 
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Hi Javainn,

thanks a lot. The exam seemed easier to me than the mock exams in HFEJB and Whizlabs even though there were Drag&Drop questions I did not expect to see (no problems on these though).

Before the exam I, constantly scored around 80% in the mock exams. I used the result of the mocks to focus on the weak points which were environment and security for me.

I think you should be ready for the exam, how about the score in HFEJB ?

Good luck for your SCBCD exam, Javainn !

Wei-ju
 
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Congratulations

Regards,
Darya
 
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Hi Wei-ju Wu ,

Thankyou for your reply.
I did not write HFEJB mock yet.
I will be writing it very soon and then let you know.
What are your scores in enthuware and HFEJB mock exam?
Ok Wei-ju Wu ...then all the best for SCWCD ...
Crack it and get around the same score in SCWCD too.
 
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Thank you Darya

@Javainn:

I did not use Enthuware, HFEJB gave me 79%, I took it about five days before the exam, after that I only practiced with Whizlab exams and www.j2eecertificate.com .

SCWCD is difficult for me - there are simply too many details to memorize (I am pretty bad at memorizing ). I'd rather take this as an programming assignment like SCJD.
 
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Congratulations!!!

Well Done!!!
 
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Wow Wei-ju Wu,

Thats a great score in HFEJB.
I took lot of time preparing for SCWCD as I felt it was a huge syllabus to cover.
Anyway...YOU CAN DO IT.
All the best...
 
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Thank you Wei-Ju

Great score!

- Bert
 
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Congratz !!!
 
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Wow Wei-ju Wu,

congratulations!!! I have my SCBCD1.3 scheduled for 21/07/2005 , could u tell me the distribution of questions, im pretty weak in EJB-QL thinking of skipping it any comments??? iam yet to take the mock exam of HFEJB.



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ragha SCJP 1.4 SCBCD 1.3(prep) SCWCD 1.4 (prep)
 
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@raghavendra:

Well, I am not sure if the distribution of questions will be the same as mine, I only had two EJB-QL questions in my exam one of which was a drag&drop question.

All in all the questions were pretty evenly distributed. At least in my exam you would have been fine without answering the QL questions.
 
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Congratulation.
 
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