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Hi all,
I have a basic knowledge on EJB.I woukld like to spend only one month (3 hours per day) to get through SCBCD.I welcome any advices and learning tricks.Thanks in advance.
 
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Welcome to the Ranch,Poobhathy kannan. I don't think it would be enough to digest the EJB knowledge in details... Oh, but if you are not working, it may be possible... For me, I read the book twice and do as much mocks as I can till I am confident on the questions... So be wise about it...
 
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Hi,

I really think three ours a day for one month long is enough time to study SCBCD, certainly when you already know and use the basics... I also knew the basics, studied the HFEJB and spent my last complete weekend on learning things by heart, studying the specs on difficult issues and making mock tests. And I passed with 97%... So go for it !

my learning tips: HFEJB, cheat sheets from javaranch, this forum, the EJB specs and as many mock tests you can find (i liked ejbcertificate.com which is free).

Succes !! Jef
 
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Thanks guys.

Poobhathy Kannan
 
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there's a link in this post to the cheat sheets: https://coderanch.com/t/159333/java-EJB-SCBCD/certification/Preparation-tips-SCBCD
 
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Here's a learning tip that I invented.
Let's see if I can remember this....

Are you really HUNGRY for an SCBCD tip?
You can't do "Stuff Snacks" and remain portable:

S- Server Sockets
T- Threads
F- File I/O

S- Security Policies
N- Native Methods
C- Class Loaders
K- Keyboard I/O
S- Static Variable Read/Write

Of course you need to also know what each really MEANS!

--Dale--
 
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