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Passed IBM 484 with 66%

 
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I passed IBM 484 J2EE connectivity with 66%. The test is not easy if you don't have any prior experience in EJB and Web Development using Servlets and JSP. And also there is not a single book that entirely covers the objectives for the test.
I took 28 days to prepare for the test.
Test Materials:
EJB 3rd Edition Monson-Haefel
SCWCD study kit by Hanumant Deshmukh
IBM ICE test
Best of luck for the aspirants.
Thank you for your participation.

Ramdas
SCJP
SCWCD
IBM XML
IBM OOAD
IBM J2EE connectivity
 
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Congratulations!
 
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Congrats!
I agree with you: the test was *not* easy, and I suppose it cannot be passed by a person without experience or a deep knowledge on J2EE platform.
Anyway you passed it. Enjoy yourself.
Massimiliano
 
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