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passed scea part one with 83%

 
Erwin Bredford
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hi ranchers passed SCEA part one with 83%.
 
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Congratulations!!! What books / materials dod you refer? Please share.
 
Erwin Bredford
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well where do i start; i studied for three months
books used
Head first design patterns
the cade book
ejb design patterns
uml distilled
j2ee-1_4-fr-spec.pdf
Core J2EE Patterns and Design Strategies.pdf


of course javaranch was very good
and whizzlabs exam similator were very good
i think it shows a true reflection of what one's result in the final exam.
 
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What is the average percentage you were getting on Whizlab Exam Simulator?
 
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i was averaging between 38 -42 out of 48 questions
so got tired of reading went to take my exam.
 
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I am currently getting 60% in the Whizlabs simulator on average, would you say that the real exam is easier then Whizlabs?

Regards,

James.
 
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Yea, I guess Whizlab simulator somehow reflect your final exam. I failed most of the practice exam (I passed two practice exams). But the final exam on simulator I got a passing score of 34/48 which is 70%, which mirrors my final SCEA exam on prometric center.
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vijay Mamilla
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Congratulations!

In Whizlab SCEA simulator, won't mention how many correct answer to choose.

Other sun SCBCD Exam, mention to choose 2 or 3 or 1 correct answer

What about SUN SCEA exam?

Could you please clarify on this?

Thanks,
VJ
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Raghava Krishna
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same like any other sun exam scea also no of answers to choose will be mentioned.
 
vijay Mamilla
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Thanks
 
DennisS Joseph
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Congratulations.Is the whizzlabs exam similator available free or is it to bought.

Thanks
Dennis
 
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Congratulations!!

I'm planning to take up the exam shortly. Do you think whizlab simulator helps to pass SCEA.

I'm reading
Enterprise Javabeans - Richhard Monson-Haefel
SCEA for J2EE Technology - Mark Cade & Simon Roberts
Some downloaded stuff from web.

I'm not concentrating much on design patters. Do you think i need to read some books on design patters? How many questions from design patters and how many from UML?

Pls share your experiences.

Thanks
Laxmi
 
nitin pahwa
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I go through with the whole syllabus and going for the exam next week.

Mean time i am looking for practice questions on Design Pattern,EJB,Legacy System and Security.

If any of you have that,Please provide me

Thanks in advance
 
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