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Passed SCWCD with 86%

 
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Hi,
I passed SCWCD yesterday with 86%. I should say thanks to all you guys here at Javaranch - you helped me a lot. Special thanks to those who maintain the SCWCD link page, which is a very valuable place to start with the exam.
Well, it's time to share my experience. It is about one month from the time I decided to take the exam to really take the exam. I have a project's experience in coding servlet and jsp before. For the materials, I used
1. Sun example exam to feel the question style
2. Study KenStudyNote.pdf
3. servlet_study_guide.rtf
4. jsp_study_guide.rtf
5. MichelleStudyNote.pdf
6. JavaRanch mock (~50%)
7. Mika mock (~60%)
8. Anand mock (~60%)
9. Eduardo mock (~25%)
10. Velmurugan study note
11. JavaRanch mock (~90%)
12. Mika mock (~80%)
13. real exam (86%)
 
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Kevin,
Good job and welcome to Javaranch
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