Read the Cade/Roberts book...about 2 days. Used Whizlabs software...about 10 days started in the 40s and finished in the high 80s low 90s. Studied the notes at http://www.netdigest.net/publish/article_7.shtml The test was more difficult than I expected. When I left the testing room, I really was expecting about a 60%. The score is okay but I definitely recommend more preparation.
Oh yeah, I did go through the EJB section of the J2EE tutorial. The day of the test I used the practice exams at: www.moelholm.com BTW, I do have three years of J2EE (mostly JSP and Servlets) and now am mostly doing .NET. Well wishes, Joe SCJPSCJD SCWCD SCEA (Part I)
Hi, I also passed the exam today with the same score as Joe's, 85% .. not bad but also it's not good score. SCEA@Whiz is nice, I got the same score at final test, but I don't depend only on this, I took some tests also from internet, Moelholm and JavaCoding mock exam are great.. especially Moelholm, some questions really similiar. My suggestions 1. Read and grasp internationalization and security from Mark Cade book, it's really fantastic.. the questions from mock exam are harder in security, but in my test it was not really difficult. 2. Really understand the concept of EJB, many questions are based on this, knowing the detail API is good and may help but no direct questions about API. Most questions based on the scenario, for example company A has X entity beans, Y session beans and had Z problem then how to optimize this .. Gus Mus