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Took the Exam today (6/30) in Houston

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Just took the exam today. Fortunately no problems with the Drag or Drop questions or anything with the exam itself.
I am one of those folks who was not ready to take the exam thinking that the 400 mark would be over in the first week of beta itself. Was surprised to see the post from Evelyn on 24th of June that still there was time to take the exam and get certified for free
So this is for people who don't/didn't have much time to prepare. Just go through the EJB 2.0 specs and all the tips that are posted here in the ranch. The tips and EJBBetaPreview (very very helpful ) from Kathy, cheat sheets from Valentin, exam feedback from ranch hands and the mock questions posted are really helpful. Just go through these and don't worry about not reading any extra material.
I found CMP Entity bean questions little difficult as I have never worked with entity beans before. MDBs and EJB-QL questions were pretty straight forward. Not many tricky questions either.
I hope I passed. Even otherwise it is good to read and understand the complete specs. Good luck for all those who are going to take the exam.
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