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Hi,
I just passed. The exam was more difficult than I taught.
I used Ken's notes. I have experienced JSP for 6 months and Servlet 1 month. This is not enough. Don't think that if you memorize the specs you can get good score. Probably you can pass.
Rishi
 
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Congrats Rishi !!!
can u give me an estimation about the no. of Q's per each section in the objectives ?
thanks in advance.
 
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Congrats Rishi- So what books did you use for preparation and how long did you prepare for the exam. We would love to read your experience....
 
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Dear Tariq,
What I can remember is the questions were spread equally for each section in objective. Sometimes they combine 2 or 3 sections in one question. For example there is a question about bean combined with the custom tag and tag library.
Rishi
 
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Originally posted by Louis Fegun:
Congrats Rishi- So what books did you use for preparation and how long did you prepare for the exam. We would love to read your experience....


Dear Louis,
I used professional JSP by wrox. I prepared this test for 10 days. I did not use any book for servlet (just for Ken's and Sun's spec a bit). And more thing about questions, I have to realy give thumbs up to Sun. They have made most of the questions in a such a way that you really have to experience JSP and Servlet to be able to answer the questions.

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Hi Rishi,
can u write more abt this KEN'S NOTES? what is it?
sri
 
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Originally posted by Sri Kot:
Hi Rishi,
can u write more abt this KEN'S NOTES? what is it?
sri


Please refer to this link http://www.javaranch.com/ubb/Forum18/HTML/000041.html
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Hi Rishi
Was there many of Q's about secure applications ? and can u tell me where can i have a good tutorials or ref. for security in servlets/JSP ?
Thanks in advance
 
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Originally posted by Tariq Dweik:
Hi Rishi
Was there many of Q's about secure applications ? and can u tell me where can i have a good tutorials or ref. for security in servlets/JSP ?
Thanks in advance


Dear Tariq,
They were 4 to 5 questions on this topic. I don't know any good tutorial for this one. I got 87% in this field by using material I mentioned before.

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Congratulations Rishi!
I've taken a look at the syllabus, and wonder now many questions on JavaBeans approximately are on the exam?
Thanks so much.
 
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