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Any thing Else needed for SCEA prepartion?

 
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Hi

Every body!.

I am new to this group. I am in SCEA prepartion for the past 4 months.

I have completed the following things:

1. Mark Cade 's Book

2. Paul Allen's Book

3. UML User Guide

4. EJB - Monsoon- Haefel ( 3rd edition)

5. GOF Patterns

I am going to take the exam between 15th to 20th of this month (October)
Any thing Else required? For last minuite prepartion

Especially for scenario types of questions and for patterns kindly suggest.
 
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Hi Genguraj,

Try to practise as many free mock exams which you can find on this SCEA forum and internet as possible.

A few...
http://www.javacoding.net/certification/mocks/index.html
http://www.stormpages.com/jnagal/

Joyce
[ October 10, 2004: Message edited by: Joyce Lee ]
 
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To reenforce Joyce's hint: Just to skim Jade's book and to take as many mock exams as often as possible worked for me to pass part 1 with high marks. No, I didn't have any experiences in the field of J2EE before, not even Java

However, to actually *know* the matters would be helpfull, too

HTH,
Harbo
 
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