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Passed Part I 91%

 
Arfoo Huang
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Thanks to Javaranch.

The exam was not difficult. But some wording in the questions were confusing. I had enough time to finish the exam, went through the marked ones and went through all questions one more time. There were not many long questions in the exam. I have used

1. Cade's Study Guide
2. Mastering EJB from http://www.theserverside.com/books/wiley/masteringEJB/
3. Read GOF a couple of years ago. But I think all the materials from here and yahoo scea_prep group are sufficient for design patterns.
4. Others topics, notes from scea_prep.
5. javaqueries, whizlab and arc2patterns mock exams. However, many questions in whizlab, questions from scea_prep, javaqueries and arc2patterns are the same. As I tried the questions and javaqueries first, whizlab and arc2patterns didn't help much and I took the exam 2 days after I purchased whizlab and arc2patterns.

Now it's time to download the assignment...

Anyone can recommend a couple of books? Thanks.

SCJP, SCWCD, Passed SCEA Part I

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David Taun
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Congrats~
 
Mark Cave
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Congrates
Anyone can recommend a couple of books? Thanks.

The only book I can recommend is Cade & Roberts' book.
 
vijay Mamilla
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Arfoo Huang,

Congratulations!
Are Whizlab and arc2patterns questions same? Do you think questions and javaqueries are enough for exam.

Thanks,
Vijay

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Arfoo Huang
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Are Whizlab and arc2patterns questions same?
Many of the questions are the same and/or similar in these 4 sources, although Whizlab may have more questions and arc2patterns can have part II information if you buy the bundle. My suggestion is that if you do decide to buy the commercial ones, then don't do javaqueries first. I did free ones first, so felt a little bit disappointed with the questions commercial ones have.


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vijay Mamilla
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Arfoo Huang,

Thanks for your reply.At present i am preparing for STEP1.I am planning to buy arc2patterns(step1+step2+step3+free IBM486 for 60$), do you thing is it good idea.

Thanks,
Vijay
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Steve Taiwan
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Hi Huang.

Congratulations......great job.....
 
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