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Good resources to prepared for this exam ?

 
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Want to know about the java beginners who want to go for this certification, what would be the better resources to prepare for this exam, I mean what would be the important topic to cover up regarding this exam to get the superior result.

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[ August 30, 2006: Message edited by: Saif Uddin ]
 
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Java Beginner ? Do you have the SCJP certification ? You need it first to register for SCBCD.
 
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SCBCD is not an exam for a Java novice. It is intended for experienced EJB developers. You can look at other certifications like SCJA or SCJP.
 
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Thanks Seema Manivannan,

That would be fine clarification for Beginners.
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