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Study book for SCEA part I

 
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Hi, All,
Is there any comprehensive study book for the SCEA part 1 exam?
Thanks.
Christy
 
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Christy,
there's this book by Mark Cade and Simon Roberts
http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/0130449164/ref=sr_aps_books_1_1/026-7380319-4130824
It is very good, to the point, only 200 pages which I think it a bonus, but it doesn't over all the exam topics for some strange reason, so perhaps not what you'd call 'comprehensive'. However, it covers most of it, and talks about part 2/3 at the back.
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Pete.
 
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