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Passed SCBCD with 96%

 
Rizwan Mohammad
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Hi All,
I am very happy to tell you that today I passed scbcd with 96%.. Its all possible for me with the help of HFEJB book, Java ranch site and material prepared by Mikalai and Frederic. Also i took some sample mock tests in jdiscuss.com.
Now its time to plan for my next certification(?) Not yet decided what to do?
 
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Congrats !
 
wise owen
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Congratulations!
 
William CJ
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Congrads!
 
Mikalai Zaikin
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Congratz !!!
 
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Wow Rizwan, awesome score

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Congratulations
 
Marcelo Ortega
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Congrats Rizwan .

Judging by your cert status, i would try the Developers exam. This will give you some hands on experience and you will learn a range of new technologys (Swing, Threading, Socket/RMI. etc).
Or, you could go for the SCEA exam. Although this has a practical exam also, this will mostly teach you how to design applications (along with learning some UML, J2EE patterns, etc).

All the best.
 
Rizwan Mohammad
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Hi All,
Thanks for your wishes.
Marcelo,
Thanks for your suggestion. Hope I will do SCEA as my next certification.
 
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Rizwan congrats ...
 
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