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Passed test 158 !!

 
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Today I cleared 158 in the first attempt with free voucher.
Thanks to Sanjay Joshi and advice post
I exactly followed his advice.
(but I did not buy any book )
Your 'cost effective' advice is really great, Sanjay. Only few people like you could give (or willing to give) such a precise guidance.
Also thanks to Axel and others for the long post.
To the 158 aspirants,
This is really the most difcicult exam.
I prepared nearly 2 months. (Fortunately, I got the free voucher offer while my preparation).
If you are not much experienced with EJB like me, you really have to work very hard.
All the best
[ November 29, 2002: Message edited by: Prabu Swami ]
 
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Congrats! Could you give more elaborations on the test? And how does the sample test compare to the real one? Thanks.
And another thing: did you use Whiz product? What do you think of it?
[ November 29, 2002: Message edited by: rick collette ]
 
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almost the same difficulty level.
I felt some of them are harder. I could finish the test just 7 minutes before. So I could revise only very few before timeout.
 
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Originally posted by Prabu Swami:
almost the same difficulty level.
I felt some of them are harder. I could finish the test just 7 minutes before. So I could revise only very few before timeout.


Thanks for reply. How about whiz product?
 
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I used the trial version.
It is difficulty level is almost same as the real exam.
 
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