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Passed SCWCD with 98%

 
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Just coming back from the testing center.The exam was pretty simple after taking the final HFSJ mock exam (I had got 82% in that).
For this exam, reading the HFSJ thoroughly should definitely give you more than 90 %. That includes all mock-exam questions (chapter-end + final). I even got one question from one of the HFSJ mock exams.

I sincerely thank the authors of the book. More important than my score to me is the fact that I have learnt a lot from the book.

Now I have a question for the authors regarding the SCBCD exam. I would like to know whether there are any chances for the SCBCD exam to get updated within the next 3-4 months. I am planning to buy the HFEJB book and prepare for that, but I don't want to see the exam get updated in the middle of my studying.

Thanks and good luck to every one...
 
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hey congrats buddy
great going
which mock exam is HFSJ
harish
 
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congrats
 
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Congtarz Sathish,
Well done...


Regards,
Esam
 
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Harish,
I am taking about the Head First JSP and Servlets book and the mock-exam inside it
 
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Excellent score. Really well done!!

Regards,
Amit
 
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Congrats Sathish !!!
Great Score!
Is there any other book besides HFSJ that you used.
I am preparing for the Exam and plan to take it next week.

Thanks
 
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Really A Huge Score Sathish !!
 
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Thanks all
Sam - I used only the HFSJ book. There's also a tutorial in the SCWCD forum (by Bryan Basham) on dynamic attributes. You might want to read that as this is not covered by the book.
 
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Congrats Sathish Great Score
 
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Congratulations.

Originally posted by Sathish:

Now I have a question for the authors regarding the SCBCD exam. I would like to know whether there are any chances for the SCBCD exam to get updated within the next 3-4 months. I am planning to buy the HFEJB book and prepare for that, but I don't want to see the exam get updated in the middle of my studying.



See Bert Bates post here
 
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