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Passed SCDJWS

 
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Dear all,
i want to tell you that i have just passed SCDJWS exam with 76%(not like i expected)the average of all mock exams i took was 85%

the quality of questions so tricky and need deep study and professionality
the resources
1)Mz notes(it deserves more !!)
2)RMH(it saved me in some advanced questions)
3)a lot of programming and understand apis very well(yes the questions deserves this effort)
4)xyz exam
5)Mz mock exam (put you in the road)
6)Whizlabs exams (So great specially after updating)

So why my mark is not good
as i said my bad luck that i have as i said questions soo tricky i think from specifications and not mentioned in all my resources.
also design patterns one tricky line how to decide

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anyway thanks to all
and study very well
 
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Job well Done!!!

How long did you prepare for it?
 
hani Ibrahim
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thanks
4 months: 6 hours a week
1 month:6 hours a day
 
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Did you had Web Services prior Experience ? I mean your back ground?
 
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Congrats





Regards
Nik
 
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actually i have just small experience in JAX-RPC and this trigger me to understand the whole stoyry
 
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Congratulations!!




3)a lot of programming and understand apis very well(yes the questions deserves this effort)



Are you talking about SAAJ? Do they drag in very much?
What material did you use for Security and Design Patterns?

Thanks
 
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hi mike,

Are you talking about SAAJ? Do they drag in very much?
What material did you use for Security and Design Patterns?


SAAJ one of the APIs and it has drag and drop..

About Security and Design Patterns:
Sun Blue Prints and Mz Notes
 
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Originally posted by hani Ibrahim:
Dear all,
i want to tell you that i have just passed SCDJWS exam with 76%(not like i expected)the average of all mock exams i took was 85%

the quality of questions so tricky and need deep study and professionality
the resources
1)Mz notes(it deserves more !!)
...
5)Mz mock exam (put you in the road)
...



Hi ! Hani !

Great Job !!!

Glad to know my study material was helpful.

regards,
MZ
 
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Congrats
 
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Congrats!
 
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