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passed SCBCD 5 today with 85%

 
vitesse wei
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today I passed scbcd5 with 85,there are lots questions about persistence API,Entity operation,Unit and Context,those are my weakest part,I only scored 85,60,50,there are no drag and drop question.
the books i referenced are
1:manning book(best)
2:Master EJB3
3 reilly book
4:two specs
5:MZ's guide(best)
6 RB's last minutes notes

there are lots friends here help me cleared my doubts,thanks!
those friends are Adam Tkaczyk,Beno�t de CHATEAUVIEUX,uday ogra,Meherdad Bomanbehram,Tushar Roy..

good lucky,my friends.

-vitesse
 
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Congratulations on a fine effort.
Good to see the result of your hard work.

Best of luck for your next endeavour. (SCEA Maybe ?)

Steven
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nandy madhu
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Congrats !!! Good Score

I am preparing for the exam can you please tell me in Manning Book i reading only Chapter 1 to Chapter 11 (Is it enough)do i need to read the rest of the chapters in that book.Later on i will prepared MZ's Guide.

You have mentioned that you have read two specs can you tell me what is it and where i can find them.

What mock test did you take..Do you have any mock exams which you can share .

How long did it take for you to prepare for the exam.

Thanks
 
Damodar Mukherjee
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Congratulations!!!



I want to go for SCBCD next... but I am completely new for EJB.


Can you please guide me how to proceed...

Other members are also requested to please guide me...
 
Alim Atar
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Hi,
Many congratulations

Hey do you have any previous experience in EJB?
How much time you took for preparing?
Did you used any exam simulator or some online exams?

Did you got what you deserved with your study?

Once Again Many congratulations

All The Best for next

Regards,
Alim
 
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Congrats!
 
Benoît de Chateauvieux
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Hi vitesse,

Congratulations for such a great score !
This exam is difficult and 85% is very good.


Beno�t
 
Meherdad Bomanbehram
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Congrats mate this is ver good . Were there many multiple correct answer situations or most were only 1 right choice ? also how long did it take to complete the exam ?
All the best for your future ta.
[ April 10, 2008: Message edited by: Meherdad Bomanbehram ]
 
vitesse wei
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Hi,mandy
I think the 1 to 11 chapters of manning book is related to test,but it's not enought,you have to read other books to enhance,the two specs(core and persistence) are here,the mock tests i took are javabeat,sun,and EJBPLUS,those all are mentioned here
it took me about 45 days,6-8 hours daily,I do have some EJB2 experience but almost forget them before preparation this,and EJB2 knowledge will not be tested in this test.
test takes 145 minutes and 61 question,most of them a only 1 right answer if they did not ask you to choose 2 or 3.
the score is better then my expectation.

good lucky!

-vitesse
 
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Congratulations! Very good job.
 
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Originally posted by vitesse wei:
today I passed scbcd5 with 85,there are lots questions about persistence API,Entity operation,Unit and Context,those are my weakest part,I only scored 85,60,50,there are no drag and drop question.


Congratulations !!!

Glad to know my SCBCD notes helped.

regards,
MZ
 
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congrats dude....nice to see myself in your friend's list .....so whats up next.....best of luck for your future endeavours
 
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Congrats!...

have done great job.

SCJP
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vitesse wei
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I still don't know what gonna be the next,but I am thinking about SCMAD and SCEA,I do have some experience with J2ME.with SCEA,I need more practices and maybe take it late,for now rest for a while,and take care of my first baby boy.
thanks and good luck!
 
Krishna Srinivasan
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Originally posted by vitesse wei:
Hi,mandy
I think the 1 to 11 chapters of manning book is related to test,but it's not enought,you have to read other books to enhance,the two specs(core and persistence) are here,the mock tests i took are javabeat,sun,and EJBPLUS,those all are mentioned here
it took me about 45 days,6-8 hours daily,I do have some EJB2 experience but almost forget them before preparation this,and EJB2 knowledge will not be tested in this test.
test takes 145 minutes and 61 question,most of them a only 1 right answer if they did not ask you to choose 2 or 3.
the score is better then my expectation.

good lucky!

-vitesse


glad to know our scbcd 5.0 mock exams helped
 
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