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Passed SCWCD with 84%

 
pavitra nagaraja
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Hi All,
Passed yesterday with 84%. I'm a stay home mom,(since 3 years!!) trying to get back to work. There were atleast 12 questions from custom tags.
Many thanks to java ranch.
Pavitra
 
Sridhar Srikanthan
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Congrats Pavitra,
Great way to get back to work I guess
Sri
 
Ruff Young
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Congratulations!
 
vivek sivakumar
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well well congrats and hope u have a real head start with the job ..write a few things(called tips) abt the exams ..could serve as a resource for potentials ..(like me ..!!)
[ January 26, 2003: Message edited by: vivek sivakumar ]
 
Valentin Crettaz
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Nice shot Pavitra
 
pavitra nagaraja
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Some tips on the exam..
* Anand's test is very similar. There will be fill in the blanks to write the method names
*It seems that custom tags is the most important of them all (almost 15 questions!!)
*Questions were pretty straight forward - unlike java programmer test.
*Sybex Book & their bonus exams are quite good. (There are a lot of typos though..) I also refered o'reily books on servlet & JSP. They are very good to understand the concept and to try out some code examples.
Pavitra
 
Dhananjay Inamdar
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Congratulations Pavitra,
you are STYLE of going back to the work is really impressive and challenging. I think you prooved that after three years gap also you are eligible for good break.
Best of luck!
 
pavitra nagaraja
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Thanks!! I hope my prospective employers thinks so to...:-)
 
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