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Passed SCBCD with 98%

 
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hi
I cleared today with 98%, missed one question. i was doubtful when i did that drag and drop i missed. The exam was easy and i dont think i saw any tricky questions. Read the question carefully it has all the clues.

i refered to the HFEJB and the spec. Prepared my own notes when i read. since i have no experience i did my own samples for all the bean types.used Frederic Esnault site for entity bean examples. visited the ranch as much as possible. did ejbcertificate and jdiscuss mock exams to get a feel of the exam.

My thanks to all who answered my questions here and helped me in this.

Cheers!!!
[ July 05, 2006: Message edited by: Srividhya Anand ]
 
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Congratulations!!!
 
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Congrates
 
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Congratulations
 
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Awesome score, congratulations
 
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Nice shot

Moving this to the Results forum.
 
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Originally posted by Srividhya Anand:
hi
I cleared today with 98%, missed one question.



Congratz !



Awesome !!!

regards,
MZ
 
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98% !!

Wow Srividhya, that's fantastic!

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Congrats...

Can you please send me an email if you have any other information or other materials you used aside from what you have mentioned aboved when you were preparing for the SCBCD exam? My email address is wcapuno@yahoo.com. Thanks in advanced for having a benevolent heart who is willing to help people like me who still preparing to take the SCBCD exam.
 
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98% thats next to perfection.
amazing score ..

can you guide us with the preparation style and the time frame for each one.
can you tell us how much experience do you have with ejb,
can you tell us the difficulty level of scbcd compared to scjp and scwcd.

can you post the notes prepared by you at someplace where we can use..
or canyou send me to contactbiren@gmail.com???

thanks in advance
 
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