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info on SCBCD

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Hello All,
I want to take SCBCD exam. I have planned to take it within 1.5 months.
I have worked on Stateless Session bean and Entity Beans. Please let me know how much time it takes?
What are the best books to prepare for this exam?
Any prepartion tips and source links are helpful.
Hope somebody will help me.
Thanks and Regards,
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You can find useful resources for preparing the SCBCD exam on our SCBCD Links page.
Also, don't hesitate to ask/answer questions in this forum.
Good luck
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Hi there,
I'm preparing for SCBCD, as well. I'm using the Head First EJB which I find very, very good. Preperation time - well obviously depends on your prior EJB experience and how much time and effort you put in. I was on a HelloWorld EJB level before starting with Head First and think I'd pass the test right now - after one week of pretty intense studying. My score would probably suck though. The book itself says you'd need 3 to 10 weeks - sounds about right.
good luck
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