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clear part 1 today with a little bit disappoint

 
Ben Two
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hi, first i want to say thanks to all of you in this forum.
most of the part 1 question seems to be quite easy, but some of them looks easy while not easy, that's why i feel i can get above 95% but actually got 87%, anyway i passed. my experience is read the books and questions which is indeed useful and do the test very carefully. Because some questions seems to be a piece of cake while they are not.

sorry for my bad english.

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Congrats!
 
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Congratulations Ben

You passed, which is the important thing.

Regards, Andrew
 
Ben Two
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Thanks!

I think this exam is very useful, for enlarge my knowladge, and make my concepts more clear

I'll take part II one month later
 
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congrats ....nice score,
regards,
Alim
 
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Congrats man.. Passing SCEA is more important then anything.

I can understand that you just missed your target sore, but thats fine.

Can you tell me where to start with for SCEA exams.

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Purav Gandhi
 
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Hi Purav

First I'll recommend a few guide or nutshell to scan all the basic knowladgement, I use the Cade, the IBM Sivasundaram, and a nutshell by someone which I forget the name, beside these guide I read some notes but I think these three are most useful.

If you understand the above guide you'll probably get 50%, then take some mock test from whizlab and collect some question from web. you'll get around 70%, then focus on MasterEJB, Head First Design Pattern, and try to fix any weakness of your knowladge which can be a possible question. you'll have a nice change to get around 90%. But the above assumption should based on your real J2EE working experience.

kind regards
Ben
 
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Congrats
 
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