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passed part I with 91% and paid for II&III

 
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I just passed part I today.The test is much easier than what I'd expected.
My preparing materials:
1)Sun Certified Enterprise Architect for J2EE Technology Study Guide, Cade-Roberts
2)UML Distilled 2ed
3) SCEA Nutshell (http://groups.yahoo.com/group/scea_j2ee/files/SCEA-Nutshell/)
4) Chris Broecker's notes (http://groups.yahoo.com/group/scea_j2ee/files/)
5) WhizLabs SCEA
The questions about design pattern,uml,ejb are easy, so don't worried about them.All of them are basic concepts.
Whizlabs'SCEA is harder than the real one.My highest score is 81%.If you scored low at whizlabs, forget it.
Part I is just the starting point, so don't pay too many attention on it.
I'd paid sun for part II and III, just waiting...
 
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pArt2 is much harder than part1 i passed part1 more than a week ago and have downloaded part2 for nearly a week still not sure how to do it, i am reading some J2EE architecture documents and books hope they help
 
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