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Passed SCBCD with 97%

 
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I took the test yesterday and the actual exam is much easier than any of the mocks. The one caveat to be aware of during the actual exam is that you cannot review the drag and drop questions without resetting the answers back to their initial unanswered state. I saw this warning in another post and it helped me during the exam so I'm passing it along as well.
My preparation:
- EJB course at DePaul.
- Read parts of Enterprise JavaBeans, 3rd edition.
- Read all of Head First EJB.
- Read parts of EJB specs.
- Took all EJBPlus mock exams.
- Took two softSCBCD exams.
I thought the Head First book did an excellent job of explaining EJB 2.0 at a macro level and the specs and Enterprise JavaBeans book are useful for fleshing things out at a more fine grained level.
I thought the EJBPlus mock exams were the closest to the real exam and I definitely learned a few things about EJB while using them.
Bob Kerfoot, MS
SCJP 1.2, SCWCD, SCBCD
 
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Wow...Excellent score.
 
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Nice shot, Bob...
But I think you have posted the right message in a wrong forum...
Anyway, Congratulations, Bob.....
 
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Great job Bob. Hey that rhymes.
What better forum to post your success in the SCBCD exam than this.
Cheers.
 
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Waouw Bob, that's an *amazing* score !
You rock !
 
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Nice shot Bob
Moving this thread to the Results forum. Please continue this discussion there. Thank you
 
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Great score.
Many congratulations.
 
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Nice score ....Congrats....
 
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Excellent score! Congrates!!
 
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Hay thats cool ....
Nice shot,congrates..!!!
Thanks,
Prashant
 
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Bob -
WOW!!! killer score!
Bert
 
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