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hi,
I passed with only 69% today , I met about 5
questions to fill blank. I passed scjp with 92%, so this time I feel little .
I have done all the questions I can find on the
javaranch. The real test is tougher than mocks.
I prepared the test according to the link on this
forum. Thank everyone who contributes this great
forum.
next, I want to study framework like struts.
I have 3 months servlet and jsp experience.
Can anybody tell me whether it is a good way
to improve skills like me or take some other certificate test? (which one?)
Thanks
 
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Congrats: A pass is a pass, you are a SCWCD now.
BTW, did you try any commercial mocks like jwebplus?
 
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Thanks.
I use jwebplus, it's easier than the real one.
 
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Congratulations!!!
 
With a little knowledge, a cast iron skillet is non-stick and lasts a lifetime.
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