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Mock Exam for SCBCD 5.0

 
Sam Sunamin
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Hi Guys,

I am preparing SCBCD5.0 and I tried to find a good mock exam for it. Can someone recommend one?

If any one take SUN's
ePractice for the Sun Certified Business Component Developer for the Java Platform, Enterprise Edition 5 (WGS-PREX-J091C)?

It says Course Length-4 hours and have 180 days. I am not sure what that means? How can I use 180 days for 4 hours?

Can any explain it to me?

Thank you in advance.
 
Camilo Morales
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Take a look at this link:

https://suned.sun.com/secure/assessment/091.jsp

They dont tell you correct/incorrect answers, only your score. Anyway, since this mock is from Sun's webpage, I hope the actual test questions wont be too far from this mock questions. Maybe someone that already take the test can confirm that.

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Camilo Morales
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Off course they tell you how many questions you had right and wrong, but I mean they dont tell you exactly which answer was right or wrong.

Just to clarify my horrible english.

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Sam Sunamin
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Can anyone recommend other good mock exams for SCBCD 5.0?

I really need it as soon as possible.
 
Sam Sunamin
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Sun's mock exam is also good for checking your knowledge.

The mock exam (CAD$66) for two sets, which provide answers and explain.

Best regards
[ September 24, 2007: Message edited by: Sam Sunamin ]
 
Kai Witte
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hello,

a couple of days ago the Whizlabs SCBCD 5.0 Preparation Kit has been released.

I have 5 other Whizlabs simulators, and I might buy this one. The quality of the questions is usually ok, and the system has at least the most basic features of a mock exam simulator.

A significant disadvantage is that a license is quite expensive, and only works with 3 CPUs, which you have to choose within a couple of months! So as soon as you upgrade your hardware, your license is void.

Kai
 
Vassili Vladimir
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Dear Sam,

Which book are you using to prepare for the exam ? I need to start preparation soon, but I'm really lost since there's no specialized book for SCBCD 5.0 preparation ...

Thanks in advance ...
 
Sum Nejm
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I recommend that you think twice about buying the Whizlabs SCBCD 5.0 Exam Simulator. The quality is utterly horrifying. The suggested answers don't match the questions and even though I converse with non-native English-speakers frequently the grammatical monstrosities in the simulator leave me wondering what they're really asking.

I am actually considering asking them for a refund because even though it may be quite common for a lot of companies to sell beta-products for a high price the exam simulator is completely useless unless they both correct the Q&As as well as the language.
 
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Damn! Thanks for this review. [Removed reference to illegal material]

Kai
[ September 20, 2007: Message edited by: Christophe Verre ]
 
Sam Sunamin
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OReilly's Enterprise JavaBeans 3.0 (5th Edition), this is an excellent book for start and also for preparing.

After that, you can follow Mikalai Zaikin_SCBCD 5.0 Study Guide and EJB 3.0 specification.

These three parts are enough for preparation.

Good luck
[ September 25, 2007: Message edited by: Christophe Verre ]
 
Sum Nejm
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[Remove reference to illegal material]
I won't be buying another simulator, I'll just refresh my memory on those things which I don't use daily and I'll pass the exam without a problem, I think.
[ September 25, 2007: Message edited by: Christophe Verre ]
 
Sum Nejm
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Originally posted by Daniel Pfelz:
[Remove reference to illegal material]
I won't be buying another simulator, I'll just refresh my memory on those things which I don't use daily and I'll pass the exam without a problem, I think.

[ September 25, 2007: Message edited by: Christophe Verre ]


Hm, not quite sure what illegal material i've been referencing to but it doesn't matter, really...

Just wanted to add that I already sent 11 corrections to Whizlabs not including the ones which I am not quite sure whether I am right or wrong I have to add that I only did two practice tests so far so ~10% of the mock exam are incorrect... great =)
 
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Hm, not quite sure what illegal material i've been referencing

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