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Greetings everyone.

I am not new to JavaRanch, but new to this forum as I aspire and prepare to be the latest member of exclusive SCBCD family.

After going through all posts in last 2 hours or so, I have gathered following information for preparation,

Books
- HeadFirst EJB
- SCBCD Kit by Sanghera
- Mastering EJB

Reference Material
- The Objectives
- The specs
- Tutorial on IBM
- Guide by Mikalai

Hands on
- Practice on J2ee RI

and last but not the least, 1% luck and 99% hard work

So! What do you guys thing! Am I on the right track or am I missing something?

Any help, guidance, advice, suggestion or hint will be most appreciated.

Thanks and cheers
KD
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Hi, how about some more mock exams (e.g. http://www.ejbcertificate.com,
Whizlabs, Enthuware...) ?
 
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