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SCBCD Preparation Methodology

 
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Hi All,
I have started preparing for EJB Certification. Using all your guidance regarding the study material, I bought HFEJB . I am not currently making use of EJB now at my work. Is the work experience a must to make a big hit, or HFEJB would be suffice... ?
 
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plus ejb spec (verrrrrrry important)

Arun
 
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For me, HF EJB is the only resource I needed to pass SCBCD.

In addition, I used Enthuware's EJBPlus for practice.

Nick
 
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Originally posted by arunij katiliyar:
plus ejb spec (verrrrrrry important)

Arun



Agreed. The specifications are human-readable & they helps a lot especially when used together with HFEJB.
 
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Personally, I think the SCBCD Study Guide from Mikalai Zaikin rules

 
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I agree that Mikalai's notes are good. The only thing is that its difficult to print them as they are divided into chapters and we have to print each it in stages.

Is there any way to print Mikalai's notes in one go ?

Regards,

Raj
 
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Originally posted by RAJ BHAI:
I agree that Mikalai's notes are good. The only thing is that its difficult to print them as they are divided into chapters and we have to print each it in stages.

Is there any way to print Mikalai's notes in one go ?

Regards,

Raj

 
aamchi mumbai
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s..there is word doc
 
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Hi aamchi mumbai ...

do you mean there is a word document for this. If possile can you give me the document on rocky23000@yahoo.com / send me a link.

Thanks a lot,

Regards,

Raj
 
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