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Hi
Just passed Part 1.
Some of the questions had upto 8 choices.
But overall, Sun doesn't try to trick you.
I studied Monson-Haefel, Mark Cade, and lots of material from the yahoo groups and SCEA links page here.Whiz Labs mock tests were also helpful.
Thanks to all the ranchers ! Now all set for Part 2.
Debanjana :roll:
 
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Many congratulations...
Are you in India or abroad ?
If you are in india, I would be interested in purchasing your study material (I would assume its in good shape)
Pls do let me know.
thanks
 
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Originally posted by Debanjana Dasgupta:
Hi
Just passed Part 1.
Some of the questions had upto 8 choices.
But overall, Sun doesn't try to trick you.
I studied Monson-Haefel, Mark Cade, and lots of material from the yahoo groups and SCEA links page here.Whiz Labs mock tests were also helpful.
Thanks to all the ranchers ! Now all set for Part 2.
Debanjana :roll:


Hello Debanjana,
Congrats! That's a very decent score. How long did you take to prepare the same?
Cheers
Yogesh
 
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Hi Dhanesh , Yogesh
To your questions.
I am in the USA not in India
I prepared roughly for 2 months.
I had never worked on EJB before, though I have been working with other J2EE stuff for about 2.5 years.
I read Monson-Haefel 3 times .
Other than that, everything else was from the File section of yahoo groups.
I read Chris Broecker's notes and Whiz Tips on the morning of the exam.SCEA Study guide also does a good job for summary.Overall, the test was more straightforward than I thought it would be.
I lost questions in Legacy Connectivity and Common architectures.
Thanks
Debanjana
 
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Hi Debanjana,
Congratulations. Thats a good score.
What is that book "Monson-Haefel"? I mean the title.
Thanks
Deepa
 
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Hi Deepa
This book is called Enterprise Java Beans from Oreilly Publications.
The author is Monson-Haefel.
If you are in India, you can get it in India.I got it in a store in Connaught Place, Delhi.
Thanks
Debanjana
 
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congratulations!
 
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Congratulations
 
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Thanks Everybody .
Debanjana
 
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Congratulations!
 
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Congratulations and good luck with your future endeavours!
 
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Congratulations to you....
daniel
 
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Hi Everybody.
I am really overwhelmed.
Thanks a lot for your wishes.
Debanjana
 
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Good job and good luck with Part II and III.
Regards,
 
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