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passed part 1 with 95%

 
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Hi,
Passed part 1 with 95%.
I know one of the questions I missed did not seem to have any logical answer. I have researched even after the exam and could not get a satisfactory answer to it.
I have been working with java technologies since the last 4 years and worked on EJB during the last 2 years. I took around 2 months to prepare for the exam. I used the Simon Roberts guide. Not very useful for experienced people though.
Around 8 to 10 questions had huge scenarios. A lot of irrelevant info in them. I found it useful to have a quick look at the options before reading the scenario to know what was relevant parts of the scenario. I did follow the common practice of doing all the scenario questions in the end. That too is useful.
I think I got more than the expected number of questions on common architectures and legacy system and lesser on EJB. I was under the assumption that there was a standard number of questions for each topic.
I did go through relevant postings on this forum.
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Vikas.
 
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Great Score! Congratulations
[ March 11, 2003: Message edited by: Debanjana Dasgupta ]
 
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Congratulations !
Welcome to Part II ..
 
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COngratulations
Any ejb2.0 related questions?
Thanks
Shankar
 
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Congratulations! Good luck with Part II and III. The nice thing about Part I is the immediate feedback. Waiting for your results on II/III is not much fun... :-)
 
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Congratulatons!
 
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Congratulations and good luck for your future endeavours!
[ March 13, 2003: Message edited by: Ajith Kallambella ]
 
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