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Passed SCBCD5 - 96%

 
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I cleared SCBCD5 with 96%. Questions were easy.
I studied the following:
1.Oreilly's - Enterprise Javabeans 3.0
2.Just went through the specs and noted few important points.
3. Enthuware - This was useful to learn new concepts and get things clearer like transactions,exceptions etc.(Failed in 3 exams and just 61% in other two exams)
4. Notes from Ucertify and Ragavendra balgi's notes.
 
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Nice one Naresh!
 
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Great scores. Congrats.

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Congrats!
 
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Well done !
 
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Congrats
 
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congrats!!
 
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