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Passed with 77%

 
krishna bulusu
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Hi All,

I have passed SCBCD5.0 yesterday.
Thanks for the great support that you all have provided here. The exam is easy but few questions are really tricky.
I would like to thank Mr.MZ for his notes and also Enthuware & Javabeat for their good products.
I think my way of preparation won't add any value here as I got very low score.
Once again thank you very much.
 
Patrick Mugabe
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I think it adds a lot of value to anyone who is preparing for the exam. I also think you got a high score considering that the pass mark is 61%.
Please share with us how you prepared for the exam and your experience with the actual exam.

Congrats.
 
Ananth Chellathurai
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Congrats.

Cheers,
Ananth Chellathurai
 
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Congrats!
 
Cameron Wallace McKenzie
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Congratulations! That's a great Sun Certification to have on your resume!

-Cameron McKenzie
 
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Congratulations krishna!!! Well done!
 
krishna bulusu
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My mode of preparation went like this:
First I kicked off the preparation with EJB in Action book.
Then I have taken O'rielly EJB book.Then I have read completely MZ notes.
I didn't read the specs almost. But I did read few chapters like Security,Entity and Session Bean chapters.
In my point of view, after done with the exam, I think, specs are not mandatory. MZ notes is enough.
I think, I would have prepared more for the exam. But anyways, it was done.
Thanks again for your great support.
 
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congratulation

 
Amandeep Singh
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Can you let us know, how many times you read the book,
the time taken by you to prepare for it...
what are the scores you got in Mock exam's?
 
Krishna Srinivasan
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hi krishna ,

it's glad to see javabeat's scbcd 5.0 kit helped you.
 
krishna bulusu
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Hi,
Let me tell my Enthuware mock test results.
I have taken the first test 15 days prior to the actual exam.
I got 48% in that exam. I was confused.
I have taken the next exam 3 days after, and I got 62%.
I have taken the 3rd test 3 days after, I got 67%.
I have taken the 4th test, I got 71%. Last test, I got 75% . I realized that I may end up between 80-85% in the actual exam but I was very upset that I couldn't able to reach the 80 mark
I have read the O'relly and MZ notes quite a number times and developed many test programs. Stick your syllabus and concentrate on transactions & Security. Try to acquire practical knowledge instead of bookish knowledge. More you program, more you get.
Hope this information helps you.
 
krishna bulusu
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Hi,
Let me tell my Enthuware mock test results.
I have taken the first test 15 days prior to the actual exam.
I got 48% in that exam. I was confused.
I have taken the next exam 3 days after, and I got 62%.
I have taken the 3rd test 3 days after, I got 67%.
I have taken the 4th test, I got 71%. Last test, I got 75% . I realized that I may end up between 80-85% in the actual exam but I was very upset that I couldn't able to reach the 80 mark
I have read the O'relly and MZ notes quite a number times and developed many test programs. Stick your syllabus and concentrate on transactions & Security. Try to acquire practical knowledge instead of bookish knowledge. More you program, more you get.
Hope this information helps you.
 
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Congrates Krishna, Keep it up :-)
 
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