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Cleared SCWCD with 86%

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Hey Ranchers,
Today I have cleared the exam with 86%. The Exam
was good.
I feel that SCWCD tests more on your "memory" (i.e how well you remember syntax,api etc. etc. rather than concepts (Just my opinion).
I have taken 45 days for my preparation and spent one hour per day on an average. I have read More Servlets and Jsp,Servlet Programming,Alex Notes(for revision),ofcourse Servlet and Jsp Specifications.
I have tried all the mock exams listed in javaranch and for the final mock test i tried JwebPlus.My last score in Jwebplus was 86% which
turned out to be my real score later.
My Tips :-
1) Try the mock exams once you finish reading all the topics, so that it will really help you to identify your weak and strong areas and also you can correct yourself during the second round of
revision or whatsoever.
2) Sleep well before the exam
My Thanks:-
My special thanks to Alex(For this Notes),Ravish kumar(for his notes on web.xml) and all the JavaRanchers who just kept me going.
Thanks to all.
With Regards
Prathap kumar.
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Good job Prathap
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Please don't post the same thread in multiple forums.... closing this one -- please reply to the other thread.
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