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passed scbcd with 97%

 
srinija kosaraju
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Hi friends

Today i have cleared SCBCD with 97%.The exam was much easier when compared to the mock exams i did before.In HFE final mock exam i got 77% and 78%in Jpilot mock exam.I am shocked at the result and doubt if i got the easiest questions of all.I missed 2 questions one from EJB Overview and one from Enterprise Bean Environment.I have followed
1.Head First EJB by Kathy Sierra and BertBates
2.Mastering Ejbs by EdRoman
and i almost did all the free mock exams that are available online.

Thanks to Nileesha,Severin Stockli,PaulusMaessen,Vaithiya Sundaram,RonOlson
for their excellent support and special thanks to Kathy Sierra and BertBates for such a splendid material.

I am a beginner and i dont have any practical experience till now.J2EE was my interesting area and i have completed almost all the certifications in it now.From now onwards i start applying for jobs.I need your help regarding this.Some people suggest me not to put all these certifications in my CV as i am a starter.They say expectations will be very high if i include them and i will be under high pressure in the working environment.And i believe its partly true as practical environment is entirely different from the theory we know.So what should i do.Can any one suggest.Please forgive me and ignore this if its irrelavant here.

Thanks to one and all
srinija

SCJP 1.4,SCWCD 1.4,SCBCD 1.3
 
Vaithiya Sundaram
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Hi srinija,
It is an excellent result. Congratulations!!!
It shows/proves that now you have very good understandings and knowledge in EJB.

As far as resume, I dont recommend to hide your certifications.
You have to put your certifications in Resume and it will be definitely added advantage for you. Since you have good theoretical knowledge, you can easily manage in the work environment. All you need to practice is one IDE, APP SERVER, VERSION CONTROL & DATA BASE (SQLS) to work in the real environment. If you can practice with Websphere(WSAD) or Weblogic
it will be good. Of course for senior positions (like senior developer, architect) you should have prior working experience. But to start work as a developer you are perfectly ok.

Vaithiya
 
srinija kosaraju
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hi vaithiya
thanks for your suggestion.First i thought to give IBM enterprise developer exam (on WASAD) and prepared for it.Later i dropped that decission and gave web components and business components exam.So i had some knowledge about WASAD.Now i try to practise sql.

Thanks for ur suggestion
srinija


SCJP 1.4,SCWCD 1.4,SCBCD 1.3
 
Vaithiya Sundaram
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All the best.
 
Marcelo Sousa Ancelmo
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Congrats, great score!



Regards,
 
Vagner Freitas
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Nice shot.
Gongrats.

Vagner
 
mohamed safraz
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Congrats

Safraz
SCJP 1.4

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Srinija...

97% !! ??

Awesome!

Glad the book helped.

- Bert
 
Tong Chen
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congratulations!
 
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