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I have completed SCBCD today with 81%. I know that's not a great score (i got 93% in both SCJP and SCWCD), but i am more than happy that, i just read for 2 weeks and i got into 80s especially when i didn't have practical exp. before. Exam is tougher compared to SCJP and SCWCD (obviously, i guess, we are talking about complex technology).

What do you guys suggest, i should take next? As such i am not in J2EE field, so i am open for any certification. Which certification (technology) is the next big thing?

Your valuable suggestion is appreciated
 
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I forgot to mention. The only book i read was, ofcourse HF. I also took the printout of DTD and spend few hours to understand the overall structure of it. It did help me in the exam and also to understand concepts in a better way.

Other than that i didn't buy any mock exams, i couldn't even find time to write EEJCertificate site exams. I took the mock exam 10 hours before my main exam and got only 64%!!!

I missed out one question in the exam, because the image didn't get displayed in the drag and drop questions. So technically i attempted only 69 questions!
 
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Congrats Sekhar !!
 
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Congratulations
 
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Congratulations ..........!!

 
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