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I just finished the exam. For me, 240 minutes was not enough to answer 183 questions. I had to leave some 7 at the end. Even I did not do a random check-mark of those. My mistake. Also I found some of the EJB-QL quesions quite time consuming, good that I left 4 of those.
My MDB and transactions was not that strong. I did the DD part pretty well. I found the overall exam not that difficult. Now only after I get the score I'll know more.
I was on a Win 2000 machine so no system problem.
Thanks, Sudd
 
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I am surprised! :roll:
 
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I had time to spare but could'nt answer many questions
 
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