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time for SCEA Part I exam

 
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Hi all,
I'm also preparing for the SCEA Part I exam but I'm unable to decide on which topics to put more efforts. As there are many things that are covered by SCEA exam so I would like to know how much time is necessary to put for the part 1 exam.
Any comments will be helpful !!
Regards,
Ashish
 
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SCEA exam is a pretty detailed and a sort of unbounded exam. You need to look at the objectives as at the Sun site to get started:
EJBS
OO/UML/Design Patterns
Security
NetWorking
JSP/Sevlets
....
J2EE blue prints ( aval. on the Sun site) is good source of the various issues and topics involved.
HTH
Sanjay
 
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see the links below. comments from people who already cleared part 1
www.javaranch.com/ubb/Forum26/HTML/000095.html www.javaranch.com/ubb/Forum26/HTML/000026.html
regards, Raj
 
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I would focus on EJBs, Design Patterns, and UML. Check out this thread and this one.
John
 
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