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I cleared my SCJP2 in july ,this year.I have no work experience(incl.in java).I would like to appear for SCWCD.
1.How can i get started with the preparation?
2.Is real time work experience ,esssential for the exam?
3.Is there any one around,who has cleared this exam,without any realtime work experience?If so,can u pl.outline your preparation path?
The answers to these questions,will really help me plan.
Thanks in advance.
 
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Congratulations, Geetha
Please see the JavaRanch SCWCD FAQs and the useful links to get you started.
IMHO I think it's possible to pass the SCWCD without actual work experience (I know a couple who did).
Best of luck
 
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You may also want to take a look at the SCWD FAQ at www.javaprepare.com
All the best.
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