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scea without experience

 
Sunjeev Shetty
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I have no commercial experience.I passed scjp,scwcd,scbcd by studying from books.Now I plan to give scea.I want to know if the exams provided by epractizelabs will ensure that I pass this certification.I have three months before I can start working and this time I want to use by studying for scea.
 
Ganesan Ponnusamy
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You can achieve the SCEA certification by improving your skills in the area of J2EE architecture/design along with your J2EE components (SCWCD, SCBCD) knowledge. Note that the exam expects the candidate�s� architecture skills based on the given business problem.

EPractize Labs provides practical examples for each exam objective to understand the real-world problems. You need to concentrate more on this area to answer scenario based questions in SCEA Part 1.

You may get the SCEA preparation recommendation from our time calculator at http://www.epractizelabs.com/scea-exam-preparation.html
 
satheesh krishnaswamy
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Thanks Mr Ganesan.

I could get much informations from the links that you provide.The Methodology used to calculate the time required is excellent.I am very much interested in taking up this exam.Hence I will surely use your E-Practice Modules without fail.

Thanks.
 
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