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Pass SCBCD with 88%

 
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Hi
I just pass this exam with 88%. This is my third certification but not last one. Thanks to Kathy Sierra and Bert Bates for such a amusing book. My next goal is SCDJWS, maybe next year.

Regards

Hola
Acabo de pasar este examen con un 88%. Es mi tercera certificaci�n pero espero que no la �ltima. Gracias a Kathy Sierra y Bert Bates por un libro tan divertido (aunque no entendiera todas sus bromas). Mi pr�ximo objetivo es SCDJWS, quiz� el pr�ximo a�o.

Saludos

SCJP 1.2 (91%)
SCWCD 1.2 (86%)
SCBCD J2EE 1.3 (88%)
 
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COOL
 
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Great job Ignacio!

That's a fine score, and we're happy the book helped.

- Bert
 
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Hi Ignacio,

Can you please share ur preparation strategy...what all material did u use? any tip you want to give to certification aspirant :roll: ? what all mock exams (paid or free) them on an average?

Congrats again...ur consitently high score in three java certification is very impresive

Thanks
Lusha
 
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Originally posted by lusha tak:
Hi Ignacio,

Can you please share ur preparation strategy...what all material did u use? any tip you want to give to certification aspirant :roll: ? what all mock exams (paid or free) them on an average?

Congrats again...ur consitently high score in three java certification is very impresive

Thanks
Lusha



Hi Lusha

The book I used was 'Head First EJB' by Kathy Sierra and Bert Bates. It�s easy to read and I recommend it to you, and it includes several mock exams. By the way, I bought the book from amazon.

I also used the specification of Enterprise javabeans 2.0, which I found in http://java.sun.com/products/ejb/docs.html
It�s free, of course.

As for the mock exams, my favourite site was www.ejbcertificate.com, which is also free. I also took some mock exams for which you will have to pay if you want a report. You can find one of them in http://www.whizlabs.com/.

I know that in www.javaranch.com, there are questions and answers posted by Kathy Sierra and Bert Bates, but I don�t remember where.

I prepared the exam in four months, more or less, studiying an average of one or two hours per day. However I have never worked with EJBs for the moment.

Other sources:
http://www.revisingscbcd.co.uk/index.jsp
http://www.gayanb.com/
http://www.jiris.com/online/page.do?p.w=1098980889242
http://www.sun.com/training/catalog/courses/CX-310-090.xml
http://java.boot.by/bcd-guide/index.html
http://jdiscuss.com/Enthuse/jsp/ShowAvailableTests.jsp

Good luck
 
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Congrats Ignacio. Gr8 score.
 
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CONGRATES
 
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