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J2EE Brainbench exam

 
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Does anyone have experience with the J2EE Brainbench exam? Any suggestions as to how to best prepare for this exam in two days will be most appreciated.

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Hi Mary, I just took this because a recruiter had asked me to. Hopefully you've had enough exposure to J2EE to do well. On top of EJB, JSP, WS and Servlets, the Brainbench exam also asks questions regarding JCA and JAAS. Also, keep in mind that Brainbench is an online exam so, in essence, it is open book, open notes, and open Internet. It is still not an easy exam (I got a 76%) and the "open book" will only get you so far (you have only 3 minutes per question). Using browser is not dishonest because the test even suggests that you to use these things. The only restriction that they put on the exam is that YOU take it and not somebody else.
 
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