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Passed SCWCD with 96%

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Dear All:
Last week I passed SCWCD with a score of 96%.
Thanks to JavaRanch for providing the valuable information/links/mock exams, and to all the contributors for sharing your notes.
Here's some information about my preparation for your reference:
. read Inside Servlet: very good, accurate.
. read Core Servlet and Server Pages by Marty Hall: good,
some arithmetic coding too complicated, some content outdated.
. read specifications and Servlet/JSP API-DOC
. read More Servlet and Server Pages : good book with good examples
. read Jason Hunter's Servlet book, 2nd Ed: real classic
. review with Deployment Descriptor aid by Ersin Eser: very good architecture
diagram .
. read Advanced JavaServer Pages, 1st ed, by David M. Geary, an authority on
JSP. Nice, however, some content outdated.
. read Miftahkhan's notes, Ken's notes.
. read Core J2ee Patterns: nice
. practice with all mock exams at javaranch and links ,and jdiscuss.
No question is outside the objectives. I had 11 minutes left for review 8
Marked questions, and corrcted 1. I had no more time to review all other questions.
I lost 1 in Servlet Model and 1 in Server-side exception.
I highly recommend jdiscuss. It’s free, valuable, and similar to the real exam. There are 120 questions. If you can pass them above 80% in the first time and have a through grasp of each question, you may probably pass through the exam
with a high score.
Best wishes for everybody.
Thanks again for you all.
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I wish these 90%+ hard-act-to-follow examinees would spare some thought for the rest of us mere mortals who still have to sit the exam :roll:
Well done Leyong and good luck
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Great job Leyong
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