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SCBCD 5 Test Feed Back From Canada

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I made my SCBCD 5.0 test on Dec 30 2006 in Canada.
The result is unknown, but I feel optimistic.
The following is my feel back to our javaranch community.

(1) Total 180 questions, 3 of them are drag and drop (DND)
questions, others are multiple (2, 3, 4) or single choices questions.
(2) For DND questions, you need to construct the DD and EJB QLs
based on the requirements.
(3) Most of questions are covered in exam objectives.
(4) You need to do the test as fast as you can, otherwise
you can not finish all of the test questions.
I only have one minute for each question of the last 80 questions.
(5) There are a lot of questions coming from Security, Java Persistent and
(6) My exam strategy: study the three EJB specifications (simple, core and
persistent) in details and make notes.
(7) My test strategy:
(i) easy one first,
(ii) make the best guest first for the uncertain questions,
then mark them for review.
(iii) giving up any questions you have no idea at all,
but don't forget to give your the best guess instead.
(iv) make the briefly notes and analyst those tricky questions
might help you to solve the problem.

Thank you for every one's contribution to this community.
Happy New Year!

John Smith Junk
SCJP1.4 SCWCD 1.4 SCBCD 5.0(?)
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