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Passed SCBCD with 92%

 
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Just here to tell everyone i passed and what i did to pass it. So if anyone is looking for some advice on preparing for this exam, heres my 'two pence'.
1. Head First EJB by Kathy Sierra & Bert Bates. Excellent book, i read it about 3 times, everytime it got clearer for me. Also do all the tests. Incidently i got 65% in the test at the end of the book. Its much harder thn the real exam.
2. EJB Specs. That was so boring. Hated every minute of it. But i took notes on the important points
3. INESystem exam simulator. I got a promotion version that came with 5 exams. I only had time to do 3. Good Graphical user interface and the exams are pretty good. Tad bit harder than real exam.
4. Valentino's cheatsheets are a heaven sent for the Bean Life Cycles. THANK YOU VALENTINO you saved me lots of pain & misery!!!
Gonna go for the SCEA exam next.
Cheers everyone,
Dave
 
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congratulations!
best of luck to you!
 
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Congrats David!! GoodLuck on SCEA.
 
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Hello Mr. David,
I am preparing for SCBCD and having tuf time with Bean life cycles. Can you pass valentino's prep. notes for me too ?
~ Shalini
 
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Congratulations David.
All the best for SCEA
 
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Hi David,
Congratulations...!!!
Thanks for sharing the experience.
Shalini,
The cheetsheet can be found on SCBCD link page,
http://www.valoxo.ch/jr/SCBCD_Links.html
Hope this helps,
Thanks,
Jayant :-)
 
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Congratulations Dave.
Ian
 
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That's great, David... I want such score too... Congatulations!!!
 
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Wow David!
Fantastic score!
We're glad the book helped toughen you up for the exam!
Bert
 
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