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About RMH book

 
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I started to prepare for SCJWSD in the last few days and I got the RMH book - as people here said (as first read). The problem is that the book is too big and in some topics its very tiring. Considering that I dont have any prior experience in Web Services, can I study(and pass in the exam) for SCJWSD and dont read RMH book ? - Reading only MZ study guide(and quiz) , blueprint and Watsh Rajneesh's study notes ?
[ September 17, 2008: Message edited by: Gu Castellano ]
 
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Follow this order per my opinion:
1. RMH Book
2. Blue Prints
3. Watsh Rajneesh's study notes
4. MZ Study Guide
5. MZ Quiz
6. Whizlab mock exams
7. Review your notes, if you will have.

Thanks,

Naveen Katoch
 
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