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Brainbench Web Services Concepts Exam

 
Paul Michael
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How did you guys find that exam?
I failed it with a score of around 2.3 I think.
I wish that won't be the case with the Sun exam.

 
peter cooke
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I missed the brain bench by 1 question myself while coding at work.

I.M.H.O. the sun beta-exam is harder.
However if you were JSP/SERVLET/EJB2.0 (certified web and buisness component dev) the could eliminate 1-2 choices as impossible per question.

I don't think I passed the beta, but I gave it a run for the money.
 
Jerry Young
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Just tried this. Passed at 3.49, higher than 99% previous test takers :-).
 
Nicholas Cheung
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I have just taken it. Passed with 2.81 only, scored higher than 87% of all previous test takers.

It is quite different with SCDJWS and IBM 288.

Nick
 
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Thanks for all your replies guys!

I guess we just have to wait another week to find out
how we did in the actual exam...

Good luck to everyone!

 
Jerry Young
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Again tried JSP 1.2 --- passed 4.25 >95%; EJb 2.0 passed 4.05 >95%;
J2EE 3.49 >88%

Genrally speaking, Brainbench stuff has a different flavor than Sun's, but
Brainbench stuff is actually not bad. Just wonder why they have not made some reputation in IT industry? Or they have but I don't know?
 
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