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passed SCWCD 1.4 with 78%

 
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It is big day for me. Passed SCWCD 1.4 today.
Thanks to all ranchers.
 
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Hey Congrates...
Can you guide me, I cleared SCJP today and already order the book /study material for the SCWCD..
What is the best way to approach.. I have 2 years of experience in J2EE as a whole..bits and pieces here and there..

How shall i start..I just ordered HeadFirst Servlets and JSP..
guide me

Ashton
 
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If i were you i would study HFJS 3,4 times thouroughly. this is from the experience of taking the exam.
Try to pass the mock exam at the end of the book and consider it as semi-final .
coming to other resources i didn't refer to any other specs or anything. so bottom line is thourough reading and understanding of HFJS is the key.
by the way don't forget to memorize the API and its 4 packages.

that's it you should be good.
 
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Thanks a lot..Good luck for your next certification. It sure does boost a spirit..isnt' it ?
 
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