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SCBCD preparation ..please help

 
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Hi all,
I passed SCJP today and i have SCBCD exam sceduled at the end of this month. I DONOT have any knowledge about EJB,JSP, servelets or J2EE.
Can anyone help me how i should prepare for the exam and EJB in general, so that i'll be ready for the test scheduled at the end of this month.
Please let me know soon.
Thanks,
Laura
 
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Hi Laura,
I plan on taking the exam by the end of the month as well. Here are some suggestions on how to prepare.
- Buy and read Headstart EJB by Sierra and Bates.
- Download, read and understand the objectives. http://suned.sun.com/AU/catalog/courses/AU-CX-310-090.html
- Download and read the spec. http://java.sun.com/products/ejb/docs.html
- Read and make postings to this forum.
- Try one of the exam simulators. Whizlabs offers one. http://www.whizlabs.com/scbcd/scbcd.html
- Do not take the exam until you are confident that you will pass. You should be consistently scoring in the 90 pecentile on mock exams.
Good luck.
 
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Thanks Keith.
I'm totally new to java and also this group. From now on, i'll interact with u all.
I ordered the HF EJB just now at amazon on ur advice.
GoodLuck 2 ur Test!!!
-- Laura
 
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BTW, do i have 2 know JSP, Servelets etc to understand EJB? or can i start with EJB afresh?
 
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Originally posted by Laura Bush:
BTW, do i have 2 know JSP, Servelets etc to understand EJB? or can i start with EJB afresh?


start with EJB afresh . you will not be tested on servlets/jsp.
 
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