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Passed SCWCD in 4 days

 
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Cleared SCWCD today. I started with one complete read of Head first servlets and JSP, and then followed with a intense second revision, and continued that with practise questions.

The first few questions in the exam were tough, but just kept on doing the hard questions and came back later to the harder ones. I completed the full 69 questions in 2 hours and then did a complete revision for 1 hour before submitting the exam. For the tough questions, I have used elimination technique.

Thanks to Kathy Sierra for getting such a great book!!

Resources: Head First Servlets and JSP by Kathy Sierra

P.S: I have 5+ experience in J2EE and that knowledge with HFS helped to ace the exam faster.

Madhu Vattipulusu
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Sun Certified Programmer
Sun Certified Web Component Developer
Sun Certified Business Component Developer
IBM Certified Solution Developer for XML related Technologies
Sun Certification Web Services Developer(Feb 2009)

 
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4 days!

Most people take only around 3 hours!

Congrats! :roll:
 
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Congrats....
 
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Congrats!
 
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