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whether we need any experince to go for SCWCD

 
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Hi,
I don't have any experince in Servlets and JSP.Whether i can go for SCWCD certification.Otherwise i need to get some experince in Sevlets and JSP.Please help me in this.



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In theory, I imagine that it is possible to pass SCWCD without any experience, but...

Okay, well, it's possible with enough studying to pass any multiple-choice exam, if you really think about it. In the end, a knowledge-based exam is solely about ability to recall information and present it in response to questions. (As opposed to, say, the SCJD or SCEA, that require submission of practical assignments.) I think the major question, though, is why you'd go for an exam without any experience - a certificate without experience isn't very valuable in the work-world, imho.

I'd really suggest that it's better - and easier - to pass the SCWCD exam if you take the time to practice with JSP and Servlets, since that lends to a real-world application for your certification, rather than simply putting letters after your name.

Just my $0.02.
 
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Hi !
Read Head First Servltes & JSP and you will pass
 
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Hi ALL,
Thanks to Theodore Casser and Victor Santos
for ur valuable reply.





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SADASIVAKUMAR UTTI
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IF U THINK U CAN DO IT
 
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One of the best ways to study for this type of exam is to write lots of small programs to test out the concepts. That way you end up with some "experience" even if it is in the privacy of your own home
 
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One of the best ways to study for this type of exam is to write lots of small programs to test out the concepts. That way you end up with some "experience" even if it is in the privacy of your own home



Very good suggestion. If you are student(or) looking for a job in corporate the only way to hone your servlet/jsp skills is by writing small application. This will be a very good learning process.

My suggestion: Just don't Cram the book

All the best
 
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