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Passed SCWCD 89%

 
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Hi everyone!!
Well,I just cleared the SCWCD exam with 89%. I used the SCWCD Exam Study Kit by Manning(for 310-080)and studied the new topics from the specification and some other tutorials. There were too many questions from J2EE pattterns(over 10). I was not expecting that much questions from this topic.I encountered questions about some of those DD elements that I considered would not be asked about like <ejb-local-ref>. Overall, it was a good experience. Thanks to my teacher Sir Iftikhar and all the ranchers. Have a nice time
 
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Congrats...

Would you please let me know, which all mock exams did you use?

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Vishwas
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Heading towards SCWCD
 
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I took most of the common mocks that are talked about on JavaRanch like JWebPlus, JPilotExam(http://www.jpilotexam.org), Self Test SoftwareDemo,Whizlabs Trial, CertGear Trial, mock from Jiris and all mocks listed on JavaRanch.
A piece of advice: Make sure you memorize all of the DD elements.
 
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