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SCBCD 5 - Passed with 88%

 
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Hi Everybody,

I passed my SCBCD 5 exam today with 88%.

Thank you Mikalai Zaikin for your wonderful notes.

Thank You All for your help and support.

About the exam - It is easy if you study Specs and Miaklai's guide really well after you have studied EJB 3 from EJB3 in action/pro ejb 3 books.

Here is wht I did, I studied from EJB 3 IN ACTION first 11 chapters, then I reviewed them. Then I studied first 11 chapters of Pro EJB 3 and then reviwed them. I did look into o'reilly EJB 3.0 book chapters 11 to 17.

Then I started studying specs, I went thru the core and persisternce specs once and then took up mikalai's notes. and then reviwed from them before exam.

I took 4 weeks studying only in the evenings after work and mostly all day on weekends. for exam sims, I used whizlabs and enthuware both. Whizlabs give you good confidence and enthuware is very close to the real deal.

Thanks to both Whizlabs & Enthuware people...
 
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congratulations on your success...great score !!
 
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Congratulations !!!

 
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Congratulations!

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congratulations. thanks for information about your planning study.
 
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Thanks Guys!!!
 
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Congratulations!
 
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Congratulations and thanks for sharing your exam experience with us!!

Cheers,
Chandra
 
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Congratulations on your wonderful score! We are glad to have contributed to your success! We look forward to contributing to your future certification exams.

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Where I can get Book of EJB 3.0 (Oreilly) and Mock for SCJP 5.0?

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congrats!!
 
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