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passed with 84%

 
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dear friends,
I passed the exam with 84%.
I suspected that it would be logical and simple. But some of the Q were like more of remembeing lot of syntax and servlet API.
I used Mannin book, Khalid notes ( real cool )
I didnt take much of the mock test as they cost money ...
sorry but in this age of internet education should be relatively cheaper ( my humble opinion )
One Q which bugged me
how will the singlethread servlet act / should act in dictributed env.
Some of these kinda distributted Q were surprsie to me. As not many of them are mentioned anywhere.
good luck to the new commers and test takes
steve
 
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Congrats Steve.
 
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Steve -
Congrats! and hang on! we're moving this baby to the results forum.
 
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correction to the notes writer name
Miftah Khan's Servlet notes Miftah Khan's JSP notes ( real nice and to the point ).
Steve
 
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