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Passed Part I, 87%

 
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Thanks alot for all the posts, study notes and discussions in this group. Really helped me prepare for this exam which at the beginning looked really daunting! I'd also recommend JWhizz emulator for getting you in the mood for all those scenario questions (even though there are a number of bugs/mistakes in the current version).
My exam followed the pretty standard distribution of EJBs, design patterns and UML making up the core questions. These core questions were easier than i thought they would be but some of the questions in the smaller sections were harder (like security).
Would recommend that anyone going for this certification uses it to learn alot more than just what is needed to pass the exam but rather an opportunity to really get to grips with design patterns, j2ee , uml etc.
Anyway, onto the last exam! Thanks again.
 
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Originally posted by stephen callaghan:
Thanks alot for all the posts, study notes and discussions in this group. Really helped me prepare for this exam which at the beginning looked really daunting! I'd also recommend JWhizz emulator for getting you in the mood for all those scenario questions (even though there are a number of bugs/mistakes in the current version).
My exam followed the pretty standard distribution of EJBs, design patterns and UML making up the core questions. These core questions were easier than i thought they would be but some of the questions in the smaller sections were harder (like security).
Would recommend that anyone going for this certification uses it to learn alot more than just what is needed to pass the exam but rather an opportunity to really get to grips with design patterns, j2ee , uml etc.
Anyway, onto the last exam! Thanks again.


Hey Stephan,
Congrats man for ur score! All the best for your last exam!Nothing is left for now!
Anyways..can you tell me what is the level required for UML for part -1? I am practising OOAD with UML for more 2.5 years.Which areas I need to concentrate more for exam per se?
Your guidance will be very helpful.
Cheers
Yogesh
 
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Congrats Stephen !
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