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SCBCD - Cleared with 98%

 
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Guys ,
I am happy to share my experiences with you . I just scored SCBCD with 98%. One question went wrong . Thats a drag and drop question . The thing is it didnt allow me to answer . When I am trying to drang it , it was giving some script error . I complained to the prometric centre guys . They couldnt help me . Otherwise , I would have got 100%. But still I am heppy.

If youy are looking for some preparatory books , its none other than HFEJB . Pnly with this book u can score 90%+ . But u should understand in and out of it . Ofcourse , I studied EJB spec also . revised the theoritical concepts like EJB env , security , responsibilities of different roles , EJB QL and Entity beans chapter . It was tough going thru that. I studied Mikalai Zaikin's SCBCD Guide .I went through only the theoritical chapters that I mentioned above . Thats a good notes . Otherthan that , as everytime it is proved , mock exams is a muct . I gave it on ejbcertificate.com , jdiscuss mocks . The real exam is a bit easier than ejbcertificate.com . And also this forum is of great use .

In the end , Many many thanks to Kathy for a such a nice funny book .
 
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Nice shot

Moving this to the Results forun. Please continue this disucssion there. Thank you
 
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Congrats Ramakrishna

Great work
 
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Congrats Ramakrishna!
I would consider that as 100%, instead of 98%. Well Done!
 
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Thanks everybody .
 
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