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scdjws preparation

 
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hi

I want to prepare for scdjws

can anybody tell how many days it takes approximately

regards
sagar scjp (93%)scwcd (86%)
 
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I believe that it really depends on yourself.
 
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I agree with Owen.

For me it took one month to get through the exam.

I studied the folling books& materials.

1.J2ee web services by RMH
2.Sun blue prints
3.MZ notes

mock exams:

1.MZ quiz
2.whizlabs simulator
3.xyzws.com mock exams.
 
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Hi Prasanna,

Did you read all the Blue print Chapters?
If I study only chapter 3, 4 and 8 from Blue print, would it be sufficient enough?

Thanks,
Anuj
 
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