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Passed SCBCD 94%

 
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Today I passed SCBCD with score 94%. Special thanks to everyone who had posted and answered questions in JavaRanch.
I got a lot of usefull tips here.
And for the best EJB book authors .. Kathy and Bert.. thanks for the book. It really..really AMAZING !!! Every single question in the exam is covered in this book ...
Also for Valentin, your cheat sheets really help !
My tips are :
1. Read Kathy's book, and do all the mocks there.. the mocks are really helpfull.
2. Get Valentin's cheat sheets, try to remember and understand it with the help of Kathy's book, especially the LifeCycle diagram and Deployment Descriptor.
3. Mock exams at JDiscuss are also good.. there are more than 200 questions there for FREE, it's worth to try.
4. I used INESystem SCBCD exam simulator, it's good even there
are several bugs with the application. It really helped to increase my confidence.. I think I made a good deal, Head First EJB + INESystem SCBCD for around $60. I saved $10 compared if I buy the Best available SCBCD Simulator which cost around $70. Now I have $10 in my saving to buy Kathy's next book.... Head First J2ME ??
Now it's time to prepare for J2ME exam , even it's not out there yet, maybe it's a good time for Javaranch to create the forum for it in the near time.
[ December 01, 2003: Message edited by: Amin Rais ]
 
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I hope it is Head First Enterprise Architect.
 
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Nice shot Amin
I'm glad my cheat sheets helped you
I'm moving this topic to the Results forum. Please continue the discussion there. Thank you
 
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Amin,
Congratulations on achieving a fantastic score!
We're glad the book helped!
Bert
 
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Congratulations
 
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Building a Better World in your Backyard by Paul Wheaton and Shawn Klassen-Koop
https://coderanch.com/wiki/718759/books/Building-World-Backyard-Paul-Wheaton
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