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SCEA Part-I passed with 95%

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Hi all,
Thanks to JAVARANCH. I passed SCEA part-I with 95%, that I've not at all expected. I've just prepared the following short notes and that helped me A LOT.
And Cade's book and GOF Patterns books are very good source for preparation. I've hardly prepared for one week before the exam. Exam questions are very clear to answer( not like the mock exams where Q's are quite confusing and not enough clear to answer..though they help you to prepare for the exam). Let me know if you need any specific information.

1) http://www.sarahandpete.com/work/SCEAexamnotes.pdf

2) https://coderanch.com/t/149662/java-Architect-SCEA/certification/SCEA-Part-Study-Notes

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Concepts -100%
Common Architectures - 83%
Legacy Connectivity - 100%
EJB - 100%
EJB Container Model- 100%
Protocols - 66%
Applicability of J2EE - 100%
Design Patterns - 100%
Messaging - 100%
Internationalization - 100%
Security - 100%
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