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Passed - Here is my advice

 
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I just got my SCJA certification and here is my advice:
Study hard!
You need to have in-depth knowledge of EJB's, Servlets, Patterns, UML and connectivity to legacy systems.
Do not take this exam (all 3 parts) lightly because it is intended for more seasoned developers with solid experience in Java and Object-Oriented principles.
In the end you will be proud of your accomplishment and you will be rewarded by having a very prestigious certification.
Good luck to all of you.
 
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Congrats Iarizona !
Which part out of 3 u think is more difficult !
I am preparing for the Part I.
Regards,
Ajay Rana
SCJP,SCWCD
 
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Great ...! congratulations on your accomplisments.
Can you please explain to ranch guies,what materials to follow.what they concentrate on each level.
Thanks
 
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