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Sample test for 7.0 at bea.com

 
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Does anyone know where to find the sample tests for 7.0? Many people who have passed this cert. recommend to take the sample test. I am not able to find it in their site.
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Priya
 
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Hi Priya,
Check out the link below:
http://certification.bea.com/certification/certification_70_test.jsp
Also don't miss the following:
http://e-docs.bea.com/wls/certifications/certifications/index.html
Best wishes
Pradeep
 
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Thanks Pradeep. That was mucho good. When I finish with the SCWCD (about a week now) I'll be doing that one. And since there are no exam-specific books available I'll be paying your site a visit, credit card in hand....
BTW, your second link goes to a configurations page, not to anything about certification. At least so far as I can tell....
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Yes, you are right. The correct URL is:
http://edocs.bea.com/platform/docs70/index.html
Regards and best wishes,
Pradeep
 
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