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Passed SCBCD with 100%

 
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I passed SCBCD 1.3 with 100% !!!

I used HFEJB and specs (and some trial exams from ejbcertificate, whizlabs, ejbplus and the one recopiled from this site).
 
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Lautaro Brasseur,
Congrats and keep it up.
Great job !!!..

Thanks,
Seenu
 
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Great work, dude!
 
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Wooo! Hoooo!

W-o-W !!!

Lautaro - that's awwesome!!!

- Bert
 
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Wow!!!
 
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hi!

Cogratz

Can you share your tips with us? I taking exam pretty soon.

bhilla
 
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Thanks to all..

Here you have some tips:

  • I used HFEJB and I think that almost anything required for the exam is covered in this book. However, I read the specs and asked at JavaRanch when I didn't understand something (for example, which exceptions are thrown in certain cases or how are compound keys created)
  • In the exam, pay special attention to drag and drop questions. The exam doesn't allows you to review them. If you choose to review a drag and drop, you must answer the question again.
  • I used many trial version mock exams. I think that the mock exam at HFEJB is the most similar to the real one (I took EFEJB mock exam two times and I got 75% and 85%). I tried Whizlab demo and it seems tooo hard... I got 54% in Whizlab trial exam... the real exam doesn't has such tricky questions that Whizlab has... In other trial exams there was questions about tags details, such as if a tag must be <cmp-field-name> or <field-name>. I think that is more important to remember for what is used a tag instead of remember details about its name.

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    Wow!

    Congratulations!

    How much time did you need for the exam?

    Kind Regards
     
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    wow, congratz!
     
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    waow! great!
     
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    cOnGrats!!! amazing!!!
     
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    C O N G R A T S.....
     
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    Great job, Congrats!!!
     
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    It took me about 8 months to prepare myself to take the exam. It could be less time, but I had a lot of work last months...
     
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    Congratz Lautaro .....


    That's a bull's eye!!!

     
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    Again, thanks to all.
     
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