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Passed SCEA-1

 
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Hi,

I passed SCEA-1 with 79% ( bit disappointed.... )

Thanks to Javaranch forum.

The exam was not easy as i expected. The exam had lot of EJB qns, almost all qns had EJB's. There were lot of scenario based qns which consumed a considerable amount of my time.

I used the materials from scea_prep,java_architect yahoo groups and Javaranch's SCEA links. Reg. mock exams i used whizlabs, javaqueries, javarabbit, harish ramchandani.

The feel of the actual exam was entirely diff. compared to the mock exams.

Got to start with Part 2.
 
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Congratulations!! Don't worry about percentage. Howmuch you understood about concepts is more important.

All the best for Part II & III
Laxmi
 
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congrats

the score is not important, think about the concepts acquired.
 
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