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Passed SCWCD with 96% today

 
Paula Jiang
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Just cleared SCWCD with 96%. The real exam is slightly easier than the mock exams, but they are harder than I expected. I got some questions about the distributed application, they are kind of tricky.
Thanks everyone here.
 
Lalitha Chandran
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Congratulations... Great Score....You have been consistent in your scores.
How do you compare SCJP and SCWCD. Is SCWCD tougher??? How long did it take for you to prepare.
Once again congratulations.
Regards,
Lalitha Chandran
 
Harry Singh
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Congrats Paula.. great score...
Lalitha, so have u started preparing for SCWCD. i think we gave SCJP at almost same time and now we both have started preparing for SCWCD...so when r u planning to take the exam?
Great Score Paula!! Congrats
 
Paula Jiang
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I bought the SCWCD study kit long time ago, I was reading the book on and off once. I started get serious reading two weeks ago. SCWCD is much easier than SCJP IMHO, but I use J2EE at work everyday. SCWCD doesn't have much "real brainer" questions. But be aware, there are still some tricky question in the real exam.
 
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Congratulation!! I cleared SCJP with 96% last weekend and I am planning to take SCWCD sometime within the next couple of months. Could you please give us some tips on SCWCD exam preparation? Is going through the Servlet and JSP specs needed? Could you please list all the exam preparation material that you have used?
Thanks
Bhaskar
 
Paula Jiang
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Hi,
here is the list of material I used for my preparation of SCWCD
book: SCWCD exam study kit by Hanumant Deshmukh
Mock exam: Jweb+ and whizlab's scwcd mock, java ranch mock exam.
Notes: Miftah Khan's Notes on JSP
Miftah Khan's Notes on Servlet
http://www.javaranch.com/carl/scwcd/servlet_study_guide.rtf
http://www.javaranch.com/carl/scwcd/jsp_study_guide.rtf
good luck!
 
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Originally posted by Paula Jiang:
I bought the SCWCD study kit long time ago, I was reading the book on and off once. I started get serious reading two weeks ago. SCWCD is much easier than SCJP IMHO, but I use J2EE at work everyday. SCWCD doesn't have much "real brainer" questions. But be aware, there are still some tricky question in the real exam.

Paula, could you tell me how was your average score in jwebplus? I wanna know how I'm doing
 
Andres Gonzalez
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Originally posted by Andres Gonzalez:

Paula, could you tell me what was your average score in jwebplus? I wanna know how I'm doing
 
Paula Jiang
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My average score for Jweb + is about 80. The highest is 93% and the lowest is around 67%.
 
Bhaskar Gorantla
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Thanks for the info Paula!
Regards
Bhaskar
 
Tejas Bavishi
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Congratulations !!!
That's a very good score
Tejas
 
Mcgill Smith
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Congrats!
 
Anushe Khan
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Congratulation!
 
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