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Please advice on SCBCD

 
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Please can someone tell me the benefit of this
exams and the requirements, including recommended
text books to go for.
I am at the top of my scwcd preparation exams.
Should be taken the exams in 2 wks time.
And wouldn't want to wait doing nothing.
Am just a java freek.


SCJP SCJA
 
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Use the SCBCD links as a starting point.
Head First EJB and the EJB 2.0 specification are the "standard" preparation materials.
 
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According to my experience the SCBCD Exam Study Kit by Dr. Paul Sanghera is the best deal. Check it out at
http://www.manning.com/sanghera
 
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