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Pass Part I wth 87%

 
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I passed Part I yesterday.
I found the following references are useful.
1) Leo Crawford (http://www.leocrawford.org.uk/work/jcea/index.html)
2) Chris Notes (Yahoo SCEA_J2EE group)
3) SCEA in Nutshell (Yahoo SCEA_J2EE group)
4) Enterprise JavaBeans 3rd by Richard Monson Heafel - The best EJB book I've ever read
5) Javaranch.
6) Whizlabs mock exam. It is more difficult than the real exam. I'd like to say you cannot simply rely on the mock exam. You should use it to find your weakness.
7) Cade's SCEA Study Guide is a good reference book as well.
Though I read other references, I think the above ones are enough.
In the real exam, I found some questions were mentioned in the forum and Yahoo groups, such as code reuse, code factoring can improve maintainence, applet security, etc. At least 4 questions.
I encountered a question about the definition of B2B. What a shame that I never knew what B2B exactly means before the exam.
(delete a question)
[ August 29, 2003: Message edited by: Leo Liao ]
 
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Excellent Leo
But I think you should edit your post and delete *that* tricky question. You're not allowed to put exam questions here...
good luck in the remaining parts
 
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