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i cleared my SCJP an now wist to give SCEA.
plz help me how to begin with it.
 
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You are at right place but in wrong forum. Try SCEA forum.
 
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Moving to SCEA
 
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Best way to begin is Sun certified Enterprise Architect Certification Guide by Mark Cade.

Browse thro' other's result anounce pages in this forum. Almost all of them suggested what they referred. It may help you to get a start on SCEA preparation.

All the very best!!
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