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how deep is j2ee 484 exam

 
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how deep does ibm 484 goes into JMS, JTA, JCA, JAAS, JAXP and JNDI API. how does it differ from read one. and if getting 83 in the ICE is enough for the real one.
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Hi,
I got 63 % in the ICE and 73 % in the real exam with no real preparation specifically towards this exam except that one month prior to taking this exam I took the SCBCD exam. Since EJB is very important component for this exam , brush up your EJB skills and as you have already got a good score in ICE, I feel it should be easy for you to pass this exam with a decent score. However, if you are aiming for nineties, then you defeinitely need to pay attention to the other subjects as well specifically - Servlets, JSP etc as mentioned in the objectives.
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Archana Reddy
 
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