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Passed Part I today wih 87%

 
Bijan Mohanty
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Hi friends,
I appeared for the part I exam today in Denver, Colorado and passed with 87%. I missed total 6 questions(1 each in Concepts, EJB and Security and 3 in Common Architectures). My section analysis is as follows.
1. Concepts - 83%
2. Common Architectures - 50%
3. Legacy Connectivity - 100%
4. EJB - 88%
5. EJB Container model - 100%
6. Protocols - 100%
7. Applicability of J2EE - 100%
8. Design Patterns - 100%
9. Messaging - 100%
10. Internationalization - 100%
11. Security - 50%
There were lot of vague scenario questions in Common architectures, Concepts and even EJB. And that's visible in my score. Anyway, the exam was not too tough, however it's not a walk in the park either.
I would like to thank all the participants of this group for all the useful discussions. Now I can spend my long weekend with my family outside of my home.
Thanks.
Bijan Mohanty
 
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Congrats Bijon.
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Ian B Anderson
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Congratulations!
Ian
 
Ricardo Cortes
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Congrats Bijan. What was your recipe for success?
 
Bijan Mohanty
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Hi Ricardo,
I believe I overprepared in some areas . Following are the books I referred for this exam. You really don't need so many stuffs to pass this exam. I just wanted to know lot of things in detail in addition to pass the exam.
1. EJB by Richard Monsoon Heiffel.(http://ftp.selab.org/ebook/OReilly%20The%20Java%20Enterprise%20CD%20Bookshelf/ebeans/)
2. EJB by Ed Roman (free pdf available in theserverside.com)
3. JMS tutorial by SUN
4. Design pattern by GOF
5. Design pattern link http://www.ciol.com/content/technology/sw_desg_patt/toc.asp
6. Java Security by Scott Oaks.
7. Java Security link(http://www.javaworld.com/javaworld/jw-04-2000/jw-0428-security_p.html)
8. UML distilled
9. UML reference book by 3 Amigos
10. SCEA study guide by Mark Cade
11. Lots of documents on the web for Legacy Connectivity and Protocols.
Bijan
 
Ricardo Cortes
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Great post Bijan. Thanks a ton.
 
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