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What is the Level of difficulty?

 
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hi friends,
Most of u people clered the test of webcomponent development as well J2ee allso. what is the level of difficulty you feel?
can the level of difficulty be compared with SCEA certification?
How much indepth in the Objectives of sun web site to follow?
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Bidyut
 
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From what I understand, SCWCD is a multiple choice test much like the SCJP test. On the other hand, the SCJEA is a more comprehensive exam that consists of one multiple choice session, followed by a take-home project assignment and a final essay-based exam. Naturally one would expect the SCJEA to be tougher than the SCWCD.
 
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Dear Bidyut,
I agree with Ajith. There is a great difference in the process of certification b/w SCWCD and SCEA.
Thanks and regards
Pradeep
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