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Can I jump to Enterprise Architect Exam

 
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Dear All,
Hey,
I am an SCJP. Can I directly jump to the Enterprise Architect Exam or do I have to necessarily follow one of the 2 paths:
SCJP2 --> SCWCD --> SCEA
OR
SCJP2 --> SCJD --> SCEA
Thanks & Bye,
Tualha Khan
 
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I think that some people are still confused because those prerequisites existed when Sun had the Sun Certified Java Architect certification. That certification no longer exists, and has been replaced by the Sun Certified Enterprise Architect for J2EE Technology certification, which has no prerequisites. They have a simple diagram of the paths and prerequisites for the certifications at:
http://suned.sun.com/US/certification/java/java_archj2ee.html
I don't have any prior certification, and I'm currently working on Part II of the SCEA certification process.
Good luck.
 
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Great!! thanks!!
One very straightforward question - In comparision to SCJP, what is the difficulty level of this Certification (part 1)?
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Tualha Khan
 
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