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SCBCD Guidance

 
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hi,

can any one specify the best book/material to be followed for SCBCD exam and also a book/material for practice questions?
i just wanted to know how much minimum time one needs to allocate for preparation.

rishi.
 
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Rishi,
The best book for preparation is "Head First EJB" as many exam takers feel this is the best book so I am suggesting this book.

For the time to prepare, it depends on your schedule and the previous exposure to EJBs.

I read some people spent just 2 weeks and some people spent 6 months so it all depends on how much time you spend a day and how well are you scoring in your mock tests.

Goodluck with your preparation and feel free to post any EJB/exam related questions here.

Thanks,
Ugender
 
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