Originally posted by PRavi kumar:
I passed the exam with 92% yesterday. I am very much happy to share this news to all ranchers who helped me to achieve this.
I would like share my experience with all ranchers who are going to take the exam.
I started preparation two months back. I did my preparation with HFSJ and Sun Certified Web Component Developer Study Guide (Exam 310-081) by David Bridgewater, and Enthuware simulator.
Most of the times spend with HFSJ. HFSJ is very good book for SCWCD. Thanks for HeadFirst team for such a wonderful book. It�s covered the most of the topics required by the exam.
I took HFJS final exam two days before the exam I got 62 %. I main exam I got 92%. For me the rule is changed (62 + 30 = 92). Don't worry too much about the % you get in this exam. It will give the idea of where we are doing mistakes.
Enthuware exam simulator is very good to test your knowledge. I unable to spend much time on this simulator. But it�s very good if you have a time to read and take the mocks.
I feel that couples of topics are not coved in the HFSJ book. Like dynamic attribute and Special Attributes for Forwarding. I got couple of questions on these topics except its very good book for pass the SCWCD.
I took the mock exams of Marcus Green. Thanks a lot Marcus for providing the mock exams. It helps me to find the mistakes in preparation.
I suggest you to go throw the full deployment descriptor and EL. Most of the questions will cover for these topics.
The exam has enough time to answer the questions. I finished my exam one hour before.
Read the question carefully before answer the question. There is couple of lengthy question but they are not difficult. Don�t get tense with any of these questions. They are very easy. If you find the difficult in question, just mark for the review.
Once you fully attend the all the questions you can back and verify again.
All the Best for every one who is going to attended the exam.
I thanks again to every one who helped me to achieve this.
Target for SCBCD in couple of months. Any way I have ranchers help if I find difficult.
[ August 20, 2007: Message edited by: PRavi kumar ]