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I have secured only 72% in SCWCD. I have never worked on J2EE before. But since 2 years, I have been working on J2SE. I also given SCJP 1.4 and secured 83%.

I have taken only 3 weeks for SCJP and 3 weeks for SCWCD. I am not feeling good for marks. My marks are not at all good.

I am planning to retake both the exams. Is that a good move?
 
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i dont think you should retake the exams. Your scores look good enough. On your certificate, scores would not be mentioned anyway. What you should make sure is that you know how to get your job done at work.

These scores mean that you know enough basics and have good knowledge of language.
 
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