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cx-310-093 ejb 3.1 passed

 
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Hi all.
Today I passed cx-310-093 exam with score 75%. I know it`s not high. There are few points which I want to share with you.
1) There are a lot questions about new features in ejb 3.1, such as singleton beans, asynchronous invocations, packaging ejb into war and standalone ejb environment. During preparation I skiped packaging and deployment section of specififcation, so my score in this topic is only 25.
2) Other questions are very similar to scbcd 5. So you can use any preparation kit for scbcd 5 to prepare
3) As I remember there were no questions about ejb 2 compatibility
4) In my opinion the best material to prepare is ejb specification, but Ivan Krizsan's study guide is very useful too.
 
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Congratulations and thanks for sharing your experiences
 
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Congratulations!!!
 
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Congratulations!

It's important to read feedbacks from those who are taking the new Java exams =)

I'm following what Andrew and other users are saying: read the specification. Although it's boring, but there no other way to feel more confident about a Java component.

What about the mocks? Do you guys know where it's available?

Let's give more feedback on these new certifications, so everyone will know where they're stepping
 
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Congratulations!!!
 
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Congrats and keep up the good work
 
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Did you prepare for the exam studying on a specific book?
 
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Congratulations!
 
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Ilenia Ze wrote:Did you prepare for the exam studying on a specific book?


No, I used Ivan Krizsan's study notes and ejb 3.1 specification. Also I used enthuware prepkit for scbcd 5.
 
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Thank you! ..and congrats!!! ;)
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