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Cleared SCWCD with 86%

 
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Hi All,

I got cleared in SCWCD Certification Exam with 86% marks..

Thanks to All of you..

Being a member of Javaranch helped me a lot in scoring good marks..

Thanks once again..
 
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Great congratulations!
 
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Congrats
Vaibhav, you've got a Good Score.
Can you please explain your approach to the exam. I think that would be helpful for all aspirants.
 
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Congrats! Did you buy any commercial mock exams like whizlabs or enthuware?
 
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Thanks guys..

For studying SCWCD, initially I started with Hanumant Deshmukh's book but my friends (Shrikant & Swapnil) suggested to buy Head First Servlets Jsp book, and it was really helpful for me.. I assure you all, HFSJ is the only book needed to get a score..

Thanks to the Authers..

I completed the first reading of the book but as I was not having any experience on J2EE platform, I was unable to understand the concepts clearly.. Then while reading for Second time, I started doing Practise also which helped me offcourse..
I pointed out the important things on a notebook for all the chapters while reading (like, the DD tags needed, method names from the API, All directives & Standard Actions etc.) and before 2-3 days of the exam, it helped me to get a lookup..

I also had given Mock Exams.. If any doubts I found, I cleared those doubts @ my favourate site : www.javaranch.com..

Also there is a lot of information about DD & other concepts available in this forum.. I always had given a reading of the Posts available here, even though I was not knowing about the topic, it improveed my knowledge..

Finally I solved the Mock Exam from HFSJ, and to be honest, I got just 62% I was a bit dipressed..

Anyway, I am thankful to all the Mark, Satou & all the ranchers here for contributing their knowledge..

Best of Luck for all those preparing for SCWCD..
 
Manwatkar Vaibhav
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Hi Jothi,

I havn't buyed any Mock Exam Simulator..

I used those which are available free online..
 
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Congratulations
 
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Congrats
 
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Congrats..
 
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congrats
 
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Hi Potter,
Congrates man.. Great score...
 
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Congrats



You've done a great job.
 
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