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Passed with 96% today.

 
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Hi all,
Just passed SCWCD with 96% today.
Missed two question : one from dev. secure servlet & one from design patterns.
I have been studied Manning's SCWCD Exam Kit for two weeks (5-6 h/day). Done all possible mock from the web, used SCWCD@Whiz & JWeb+.
Although i haven't got any extensive experience with servlet/JSP, this exams was suprisingly easy for me.
Good luck to all pre-SCWCD ranchers.
 
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Congrats. Wonderful score.
Could you share links for "All possible Mock Exams on the web"...that you used.
I would really appreciate that..
Thanks -
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Mock exams that I've used are from SCWCD Links and JDiscuss.com
- Commercial SCWCD@Whiz, JWeb+
Also check this post for the scores I've got on mocks just before exams :my scores
Goodluck,
 
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Good Job See!
Your comments give me some confidence about taking exam without a lot preparation time.
 
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Well Done See!
. . . Congratulations . . .
 
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Congratulations for the Good score
I have a question...how is the difficulty level of java ranch mock exam when compared to the actual exam?
 
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congratulations SEE!!
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Originally posted by kavitha yalamanchili:
Congratulations for the Good score
I have a question...how is the difficulty level of java ranch mock exam when compared to the actual exam?


For me, it seems to be comparable difficulty level, maybe the real exams are just little bit harder.
After reading Manning's booksm, just to pass with some 80% is not a problem, the real challenge is getting 100%
So goodluck to all of you,
 
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Congratulation!
 
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Congrats ,See!Well Done.
 
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Nice shot See
 
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