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Prep tips SCEA part 1

 
Anders Sund
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Hi!

Yesterday I passed part 1 (CX 310-051) with 91%.

Was surfing around a lot for good prep tips and mock exams. Still wondering how much about the different objectives I needed to know to pass the exam�
Now I know!... and would like to share it with you:

Feel comfortable about the questions at http://www.javaqueries.com/ and u are ready for the exam!

The can also be found at http://www.geocities.com/subra_73/SCEA_Practice_Questions.htm
In a single web page.

Other study material I can recommend is: �Sun Certified Enterprise Architect for J2EE Study Guide (Exam 310-051) by Paul Allen, Joseph Bambara�
and the study guide at: http://stephane.weber1.free.fr/SCEA/SCEA_Links.html

Good luck!
[ January 27, 2005: Message edited by: Anders Sund ]
 
Ko Ko Naing
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Thanks for your great tips and links to the mock questions...

BTW, did you use HF EJB for this part I also? Cos I am planning to read that book again for the preparation of part I... :roll:
 
Anders Sund
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No havent read that one... I bought "Using Enterprise JavaBeans 2.0" by Cavaness and Keeton" 2 years ago and it was useful for this exam. I think its a good idea to brows through an EJB book before the exam when many questions on the test are about ejb and containers.
The life cycles specially are good to know in detail! Also stateless/statefull, CMP/BMP and CMT/BMT are important!

/Anders
 
Ko Ko Naing
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Originally posted by Anders Sund:
No havent read that one... I bought "Using Enterprise JavaBeans 2.0" by Cavaness and Keeton" 2 years ago and it was useful for this exam. I think its a good idea to brows through an EJB book before the exam when many questions on the test are about ejb and containers.
The life cycles specially are good to know in detail! Also stateless/statefull, CMP/BMP and CMT/BMT are important!


Thanks a lot for your tips... I'll have a look at that book also...
 
Geoffrey Chu
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Hi,

What are the books/resources you are planning to use for Part II ?

thx,

Geoffrey
 
Steven Wong
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Anders,

Congrats. The link for the mock exam (Javaqueries) is very useful.
Is this the only mock exam you have used for the preparation?
[ January 30, 2005: Message edited by: Steven ]
 
Anders Sund
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Ohhh part 2 havent really started my planning for that yet. But the best way might be to download it and start from there...

There are 2 mock exams (2 X 48 questions) included with the study guide book (on a CD). Those I did. Also in the same quality as javaqueries. As u know there are some more around (which I also had a quick look at). Any way my point is that its more than enough to do the 6 tests at javaqueries. Other mock tests have more or less the same questions in a less appealing format/application.
 
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