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What is the right time to give SCBCD

 
khushal malik
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I want to know from already certified SCBCD people that at what stage should I consider myself prepared for the SCBCD exam.
I mean what were the status of u guys ...... What were the results of your mock exams? ....... How comfortable were u feeling? .... before u finally went for the SCBCD.

Please share your experiences.

Khushal
 
Jesus Angeles
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going backwards,

it is really hard to measure if you are ready, specially that no mock exam is same as the real exam....but it is much harder without it....so use a mock exam...for enthuware, average of 60% might be enough, softscbcd, maybe 75% consistently....but dont take my word as is

second, use hf book

third, if you need to get familiar with ejb before the cert book, then do so...maybe other books

that brings you to now...do it now...now is the time to start the process
 
sawan parihar
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Hello,
If you get above 90% in ejbcertificate.com then you can consider yourself ready but then it again depends that you want to just pass the exam or score good marks.
 
khushal malik
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Thanks Guys

Khushal
 
Vinh Hoang
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If you have passed SCJP
Go through the SCBCD Study Guide (Dr. Paul Sanghera) by Manning:
www.manning.com/sanghera
You are ready!
 
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