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Cleared SCBCD (91%)

 
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Today I passed SCBCD. I used the EJB 2.0 specification, the Mikalai Zaikin's SCBCD Guide, the book Mastering EJBs from Ed Roman, and the mock Exams from SOFTSBCD and Enthuware.

What annoyed me a little during the exam is that when you have to re-open a "task" window everything that you had entered before is gone. So don't leave the "task" window unless you are sure that you have done it right, since you won't have the opportunity to review it later.

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[ April 04, 2005: Message edited by: Diego Amicabile ]
 
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Congrats for the excellent score,

Did you read the spec completely ? It is quite long ...

Congrats again ...

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Raj
 
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Congrats Diego! Great score!!

I am planning to give the exam soon.
"task" problem that you said, is it refering to "drag and drop" questions?


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RAJ : I did browse through the EJB 2.0 spec , but I mostly used it only
for reference when I did not understand a mock question or the Mikalai Zaikin's SCBCD Guide
Gemini : Yeah, "Tasks" are the drag and drop questions. I thought you could review your answer without deleting it, and I think this is the case in the Enthuware and SoftSBCD mock exams. But not in the "real" thing!
Maybe that cost me a couple of points since I did not bother reviewing when I found out.
I am happy with my score anyway
 
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Diego ,
Thanks for sharing. I will try to be careful with these...

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Diego , congratulations !



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Moving to results
 
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congratulations and enjoy!
 
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