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Hi,

Can anyone please help me decide if I'm ready for the SCWCD exam?

I studied HFSJ (Head First Servlets & JSP 2nd Ed.) two times for the last 10 days (daily 5-6 hours). I scored about 45 out of 69 (65%) in the mock exam which was tough compared to other mock exams on Java Ranch.. I also studied Deshmukh SCWCD study Kit (2004 Ed.). The total preparation will be about 3 weeks for the exam. I have worked with Servlets and JSP. But, I'm not able to decide after HFSJ mock exam.

I scored 75% in Anand Chawla's mock exam. I scored 83% in Whizlabs. I'm scoring 90% in java prepare and examulator.

Can anyone please help me decide if I'm ready for the exam in one week's time?

Thanks and Regards, Rajan

 
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Attend mock exams for check your knowledge.
There are many you can get on web free.
You can check http://www.certchamp.com/subjecttest.jsp?catId=730&index=0

 
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As per my experience 65% in HF mock exam and 83% in Whizlabs is a reasonably good score. The real exam is a bit easier compared to these two.Take some more mocks and stay confident.

All the best
 
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hi,

I am SCWCD certified programmer and believe me, in HFSJ the last mock exam is too tough compared to the real exam this is why it gurantees your success. First time i have scored 68% and i was too worried about this but i dared and got 88% in real exam...
 
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go get it buddy !!!
 
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FYI - I also cleared the SCWCD exam today with 85%.

Thanks to ranchers notes and HFSJ book...

 
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