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the 150 is worht taking

 
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hy leonardo,

In your opinion do you think that the 150 test is worth taking ?


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Hi,

in my opinion IBM 150 level is similar to Sun SCWCD. I got my SCWCD and two weeks after I did the IBM 150 Test. In this period I studied the new topics, like web services, ejb and jsf that don`t contain in the Sun`s test.

But I think the IBM`s test is more general, not so deeply/specific like the Sun`s test. There are more topics in the IBM 150, consequently there are less questions per topic.

I haven`t studied specific material for the IBM Test, just the SCWCD`s Resources and the EJB/Web Service specification.

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Leo
 
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Would you suggest other additional materials to study? For example, which topic was challenging to you, in the real exam?
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