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Am I the best killer so far?

 
hover cheng
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Hi,
I killed 98%, or 69 out of 70 this afternoon, and sorry for letting that 1 go.
This score is also surprised me a bit, because on the exam, I am not sure on 3 to 4 questions. I feel that:
- A lot of questions are testing the concept.
- There are, but relatively fewer, questions on scenario: give you a snippet, not too long, to analyse.
- Some of the questions, I think about 5 to 8, is rather tough. Those questions are testing you what does the container do, or what's happened beside the scene. Thanks to my throughly reading the specification, I can figure/guess out them
I have prepared for scbcd for 2 months sharp, based on I have had a bit of knowledge on J2EE before. I read over "Teach yourself EJB in 21 days", "Mastering EJB (2nd)", "Applied EJB" and specification 2.0 and 2.1 as well. Thanks for Valentin Crettaz's "spec-objectives mapping" and "cheap sheets", which help me a lot on last went over.
Cheers,
Hover
[ October 09, 2003: Message edited by: hover cheng ]
 
Andres Gonzalez
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wow, great score !
 
Bhushan Jawle
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Congrats
 
Sainudheen Mydeen
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Congrats hover cheng! Excellent score.

-Sainudheen
 
Ed Tse
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I too am cheating by reading the spec mapping, can save a lot of time.
 
Neeraj Singhal
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Hi Cheng
can you please give the author name of "Applied EJB", that you have referred to.
Thanks
 
Anonymous
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Hover,
Great score! Thanks for sharing your preparation steps.
 
hover cheng
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Hi, Andres, Bhushan, Sainudheen, Edward, Neeraj And Eric
Thanks for all the congras from all of you! Congras or good luck to you all too.

Neeraj,

can you please give the author name of "Applied EJB", that you have referred to.

Sorry, the full name is "Applied Enterprise JavaBeans Technology", published by "Prentice Hall", and written by Kevin Boone. I feel it's worthy because it gives serveral explainations on some complicated parts of the specification; it also try to describe what behind the scene, besiding how to code.
 
Mujibur Rahman
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Congrats !!! Great Job
 
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Moving to Certification Results
 
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