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suggestion for part 1 preparation

 
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Hi,

I need some suggestions to prepare for part 1 exam.
I was going through the posts in this forum and as well as yahoo's sun certified enterprise architect group.
I collected some references which I had to study for the exam.

Books:
1. UML distilled
2. SCEA study guide - Cade
3. SCEA technology study guide
4. Mastering EJB - theserverside.com
5. EJB design patterns - theserverside.com
6. EJB spec - java.sun.com
7. Design Patters - Flower
8. Internalization from java.sun.com
9. Ramu notes from http://groups.yahoo.com/group/scea_j2ee/files/

Now my questions are simple
1. Are the above references cover all the objectives appropriately. or whether there are any other appropriate references
2. How much I should be prepared for writing programs. Do I need to parctice coding extensively before preparing for part 1 exam.
3. My comfort level with this exam is only 20% approximately. Also theoretically I still need to prepare a lot for the exam. I am planning to write the exam in june 1st week. So, can any body suggest how much time per day I need to prepate for the exam.

many advanced thanks for your suggestion.
kalyan
 
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Even i am looking for similar information...Any help would be appreciated.
 
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