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I'd like to thank you all for helping me out with all the SCEA-I certification.

I found the part 1 exam relatively easy. (Easiest Sun exam yet.)
I prepared for it for 4-5 days.
Books used:
Mark Cade (Skip through ...took me 4hrs)
UML Distilled (Skip through ...took me 5hrs)
HF - SCBCD (Had read this one 2 times 1.5 years ago ..Skip through ..about 15 hrs.)

And lots of notes from the forums at javaranch.com ... (15-20 hrs)

Sim:
Exforsys (Failed the sim with 6 questions) ..But it did give a good idea ..!!

My advice ...Take the exam ..Go with the cool head ...its not that difficult. !!

Best of Luck ...!!
 
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Congratulations!!
 
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Congratulations Dude!!!

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Adesh
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Congratulations!!
 
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congratz !!
 
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Hi all,

Do I get EJB 1.x or EJB 2.x questions?
Which practice tests are you suggesting?

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Hi Madhusmita

I dont know EJB 1.x...so i am pretty sure that if i had one of those qs ...i got it wrong ...But yes it is in syllabii for the exam.

I used exforsys test sim ....i rate it 3/5 ....
 
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Hi Vinant,

Thanks for the response. So you mean you faced EJB 2.0 questions. Which edition of Mark Cade you read for EJB and can you give me the ISBN number of it?

Thanks.
 
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Version of Mark Cade ? ...i dont know ....
But here is the ISBN no. ISBN: 0130449164
 
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