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Part 1 exam format.

 
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Just a quick question about the exam format. If you are given a multiple answer question are you told how many are the correct answers like in the other Java exams? For example:

7Which of the following methods may be present in the Home Interface of an Entity Bean? (choose 3)

Acreate()
BfindByPrimaryKey()
Cremove()
DlocateByPrimaryKey()
EretrieveBean()

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The good news is yes, the SCEA Part I exam is like all of the other Java exams in that they tell you the proper number of correct answers. (They are all given by the same software, in the end, except for the essay questions on the Part III exam.)
 
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SCEA Part I is like SCJP, SCBCD, SCWCD, but not like SCJD. For practice, please visit http://www.javaqueries.com/. This is a free practice exam site. Best of luck.
 
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Thanks for the advice. I did the exam yesterday and passed.
 
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