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SCBCD SPEC question

 
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To whom those passed SCBCD:
I believe my question also can help all of folks here who is going to
take SCBCD.
If I just read HF and do around 300 mock tests without reading
SCBCD spec, is it OK to pass the exam?
How many percentage questions come from SCBCD spec which do not include
in HF and 300 to 500 mocks tests?
Thanks a lot for your answer.
 
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All exam questions come from the EJB 2.0 specification. So it is strongly advised to go through it. If you don't feel like reading it from cover to cover, I suggest you have a look at my spec-objectives mapping and read at least the sections you are most weak in. Good luck
 
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yup, I just love your specs mapping
 
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