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Easy Beginning: SCEA Part I

 
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97%, 47 of 48.

Very easy, very good questions (in contrary to Whizlabs)! None (or almost none)of questions with doubtful answers. Rather easy as to me.

I wonder if i can get through Part II as easy as well :-)
 
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Congrates
Wish you all the best in Part II
 
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well done
 
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Congrats~
 
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Congrats Alexei . Good score

So, do u mean Whizlabs questions were more tougher than the real exam ???
 
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Congrats Alexei. Great Score. Were the Whizlab questions helpful at all.

Especially were the Whiz lab EJB questions useful or the exam questions
are way different from Whiz lab questions.



Thanks,
Meenakshi Iyer
 
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I scored about 80% on average with Whizlab, and I got 90% on the real thing. I guess whizlab is a good preparation for the real thing, also the real exam has some strange wording. So make sure you read the questions carefully.
I also got about 30 min. left for reviewing on whizlab, on the real thing I got only 10min. left, probably do to more intensive reading (and initial nervousness )

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Congrats Alexei.

I would like to know which book you followed for your preparation?

Regards,
Ganesh..
 
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congratulations...............
 
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Congrats on that great score.

Could you please shed some light on your preparation, books and your experience with J2EE. Thanks,
[ July 05, 2005: Message edited by: Reghu Ram T ]
 
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Great score Alexei! Congratulations.

Can you share with us the titles of the resources you used for Part I?

Thanks a lot!

Paul
 
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Wow Great Score !!! Congrats !!!

Tell about your preparation and books you refered for this exam.

Thanks,
Raj
 
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Good Score !!!
 
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