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Cleared SCWCD with 93%

 
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Just cleared SCWCD today. Much easier than SCJP. Most of the questions are no-brainers. If you know the BASIC methods and DD elements, you'll do fine.
[Books]
1. Core Servlets and JSP
2. More Servlets and JSP
3. SCWCD Exam Study Kit

[Mock Exams]
1. Tried all the free ones from the forum list
2. Took the final exam from Whizlabs (83%)
[Special point]
I started the preparation around the X'mas time. Different from my prep for SCJP, I not only read the books, I also wrote a Servlet/JSP application with the primary test component incorporated in it. I feel this approach worked very well for me.
[Next Stop]
Not sure yet, maybe SCBCD, or maybe some project management stuff...

Have fun and good luck!
 
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Congratulations, Yuelong! Please do post your scores on SCWCD Results Comparison page
 
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Congrats Yuelong. Great Score.
 
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