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Cleared SCWCD 89%

 
Ajay Natarajan
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I had to take 80 questions 70 regular + 10 extra that were not to be scored.

The questions were not straight forward, I had one question on dynamic-attributes, one on SingleThreadModel and @variable directives in Tag which are not covered in HFJS. I also got the $75 practice exam from SUN, which was an utter waste as the questions were far too simple than the real exam. I had some tricky questions on Servlet-URL mappings and did worst in the EL sections. The J2EE patterns questions were more innovative than any pratice exams.

SCJP 90% SCBCD 90% SCWCD 89%
 
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Congrats!
 
Pallav Pathak
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Congrats dude
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I have just cleared SCJP1.4 with 91% and looking for SCWCD exam, Can you please suggest the right material and approach to clear this exam .

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Pallav
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Collins Mbianda
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Congrats Ajay. Great Job.

Hi Pallav. HFSJ(Head First Servlets and JSP) is considered as one of the best to prepare the exam.
 
Ajay Natarajan
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I would suggest you to also read Java Web Component Developer Certification by Hanumant Deshmukh. It has a good summary section for exam tips and covers at least 3-4 questions that was not in HFJS as mentioned earlier.
 
Krishna Srinivasan
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Congrats!!!

What are the extra 10 questions? sun is tetsing for SCWCD 1.5 exam?
 
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