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Passed SCWCD with 82%

 
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Hi All,

I passed with 82% and used the following resources:
1. Head first servlets and jsp book (i read it 10 months back and did very little revision from it which proved fatal and i ended up with the low score).
2. MZ's SCWCD study guide. Many thanks to MZ.
3. Enthuware's first 3 standard tests (there were 7 of them but i did not have time to complete those). My scores were 59%, 78%, 81% in those in order.

Yesternight i tried to revise from HFSJ but could not complete my revision with it.

Anyway, time for SCBCD on next monday and that will complete my plans for getting all relevant developer level certifications for this year.

Thanks,
Watsh
 
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Congrats
 
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Originally posted by Watsh Rajneesh:
Hi All,

I passed with 82% and used the following resources:
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2. MZ's SCWCD study guide. Many thanks to MZ.



Congratulations !

Glad to hear my notes were helpful.

regards,
MZ
 
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Congrats Watsh!

That's a really fine score on a really tough exam.

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Anyway, time for SCBCD on next monday


great...work..within..weeks..certs...
unimaginable..for me..
 
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Originally posted by cheenu Dev:

great...work..within..weeks..certs...
unimaginable..for me..



Right you are cheenu and the falling score graph (90->88->82) makes me wonder how badly will i score this time around with scbcd

Saw that you did a wonderful job with scbcd exam recently. Congrats to you! That's unimaginable for me atleast with a week's prep.
[ September 18, 2006: Message edited by: Watsh Rajneesh ]
 
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Congratulations!
 
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Congrats on your success..
 
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