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Curious on the depth of questions on exam  RSS feed

 
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Well, this is my 1000 post, so instead of helping someone out in the Developer Forum, I decided to make this one for me.
OK, I have been reading The new SCEA Book from Sun, and I have read a bit, and all the questions in the back of the chapters are very basic, seem to just skim the surface of Architecture. It kinds of scares me.
So I was wondering what kind of depth the actual questions from the exam are? Could someone who has taken Part I come up with two sample questions, like what they saw on the test. Kind of come up with an EJB scenario that asks for which type of EJB Object you'd use, and one on UML/Design Pattern.
This way we and I can gauge how in depth the questions are, because if they are similar to those in this book, then I am taking the test now.

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Congratulation on 1000 posting! Hey Mark! keep it up good job.
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