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SCJEA Study Guide by Paul Allen and Joseph Bambara

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Hello all,
I am in a fix whether I to hold onto this particular book or to
return it. After reading a few chapters, I didnt get the feeling that
the authors havent covered the topic in depth. I dont know whether
the exam itself covers topics superficially or if it is just this
book. Has anyone found this book useful to a great extent ?
Anyone who has prepared using this book and attended the Part 1 exam -
please advise...
Sonu :roll:
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I think there is no such book that covers all of SCEA; but the Cade Book I used gave me a good overview, and helped me in choosing further materials.
I also bought the Bambara book now while preparing for part II, and I think it is USELESS for that. (So I gave it back)
But I also read a little bit of the part I section of the book, and without beeing sure of this, I think it wasn't that bad. I would use it for part I concepts.
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