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Passed with 89%

 
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Hi Guys

I passed SCWCD today with 89%.I am one of the silent members of the forum.

It took me almost 364 days to make my mind to write the exam, i.e. after purchasing the voucher on April 1 2006. I had to write it before 31Th March 2007.

And trust me it�s a nice feeling now, having completed the SCWCD.

So regarding my preparation: - I have good experience in Java, so it made my life little easier. But still there were lots of things which I dint know(EL, tags,filters, listeners). And definitely Head First was my first choice.

I read HFSJ once in September 2006 and then kept quite for almost 5 months and start reading again in March, completed it in 2 weeks, daily 2 hours of reading, spending some extra hours at work place to complete it. And finally wrote the HSFJ final exam on 28th (scored 50% ) and thought it�s high time and I should put more effort, so for next 24 hrs I was went through all these documents
1.Frederic notes.
2.Dynamic attributes by bryan
3.I went through my notes too, but frankly speaking Frederic notes ware better than mine
4.Whizlab: diagnostic, final exam and also the quiz, I started scoring around 70-80 %.
5.Some part of servlet spec.
6.Finally got up at 5 am on the exam day, as I had to give the exam at 9am, so went through my notes and also Frederic�s.
7.Also made a sample application and ran most of the things what I learnt in tomcat.

Exam was pretty easy, I was expecting it be tough, but may be I was lucky.

So thanks for all the questions and solutions given in the forum.

Its time to buy SCBCD voucher, hopefully I will complete it by March 2008.

Regards
Sanket

[ March 30, 2007: Message edited by: sanket reddy ]
 
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Many Congratulations to you, Sanket!!!

-Rancy
 
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Congratulations
amnd good luck for the next one !
 
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Hi Sanket,

There is no substitute for Hard Work.
you Practiced a lot to gain confidence.
Thats great man. Keep it going.


 
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Nice Score Sanket. Great Job..keep going

BTW where can i find Fedric's Notes

Thanks
 
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Congratulations Saket ...

John,

Frederic's Notes are here http://esnault.frederic.free.fr/certification/scwcd_notes.pdf


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Hey Hi sanket,

Congrats !!!

great score indeed .....
 
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Congratulations!!!
 
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congrats sanket..could you please let me know from which site i can get the following stuff :

Dynamic attributes by bryan
 
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About Dynamic Attributes:
https://coderanch.com/t/170429/java-Web-Component-SCWCD/certification/Tutorial-Dynamic-Attributes
 
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Thanks guys
 
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Great work dude!!

Thanks for sharing your experience.
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