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Hi all,
Am a new bee in this certification phase.I have good java programming experience(core java,JSP,Security and Swing) though i donot hold any certification.Am planning to take up this Architect exam.Do i know need be a master in Servlets,EJB before i start giving this exam or is it ok if i work them as i prepare for this exam.Please advise me on this.
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Ramnath
 
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I just passed part2 & 3 with 91%. You don't need to have the programming experiences to pass the test. Check up the like page for this forum http://www.javaranch.com/scealinks.jsp for the materials that you need to read.
 
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