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Passed SCBCD 75%

 
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I passed last Saturday. I've found the exam easier than SCWCD, but scored a poor 75%. I was not aiming at a high score, but I think I could have scored better than that if studying properly. I'm still happy to have passed and learned a lot about EJBs. I'm looking forward to learning about 3.0. I think I'll stick around at the SCBCD forum to learn more from other ranchers.

I've read HFEJB once last year, but then got busy at work, and left if behind. I have no experience in EJB, and I must admit that I didn't get much out of it at the first read. Beginning of March, I decided to read it again, making my own notes (which I did not re-read !). It took me 5 days. At that point, I think that the whole thing got pretty clear, thanks to the book. Then I've spent a week making a few samples, for each bean type.

I regret not spending more time doing mocks. I've done a few ones, and knew that I could not get a score without studying more. JDiscuss : Test1=22/30,Test3=22/30,Test4=22/30 !!

My lowest marks at the exam (50%) was about Entity Beans, Security Management.
TIPS : It's also written in HFEJB : remember well which methods you can call for each beans in which context. And remember also who does what. Lots of questions about these two topics.

I plan to study EJB3.0 next, or Oracle.
 
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congratulations Satou
 
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Congratulations !!!
 
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Congrats Satou!
 
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Thank you
 
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Congratulations Satou! Your feedback is valuable for budding exam takers.

Best wishes,
Pradeep
 
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Congratulations
 
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