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Anonymous
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Hi
I wonder if the exams survey candidates suppose to complete before taking the exams has any influence on the type of questions you will be getting in the exams.
Suppose if you fill up survey as a new JSP and Servlet developer with no prior, I somewhat think it's unlikely for the exams engine to give you very technical questions.
Does this explain why some has very easy questions while some has a lot tough and technical questions ?
Just my 2 cents.
 
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I wonder if the exams survey candidates suppose to complete before taking the exams has any influence on the type of questions you will be getting in the exams.
Suppose if you fill up survey as a new JSP and Servlet developer with no prior, I somewhat think it's unlikely for the exams engine to give you very technical questions

DO I have to fill a survey to take the SCWCD
exam? Haven't been around lately...
Sounds ridiculous?
- satya

 
Allan Moster
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I think you're suppose to fill up the survey after the exam, not before the exam. Moreover, you have the option of not filling it at all.
Also, SCWCD exam is not adaptive (not now, anyway)!
 
Madhav Lakkapragada
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Moreover, you have the option of not filling it at all.
ahhh! Makes me feel much better now.
I mean whos' business is it anyways.
I was starting to wonder whats' next - attach your resume...
- satya
 
Ashik Uzzaman
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I m a newbie in jsp/servlet/bean/jdbc....but yet wanna appear the SCWCD exam within this year....
I want to know how many r there like me as a fresher hope to appear the exam ...... i think more than 50% r in my team and wanna join my shampane party.....

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Poonam Akash
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Hi,
Well I will not bother for knowing the type of quests. before reading the books atleast once as i am a newbee...and i wish to know who else agree with me at my point..

Bye,
 
Adithya Rayaprolu
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Ashik,
I am also newbie to servlet/jsp. I am appearing for the exam this saturday. I prepared for 3 weeks full time, started preparing on 1st of this month. Anybody here like us?
Thanks.
 
Madhav Lakkapragada
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well, there is so much to learn out there in the real world,
I always consider myself to be a newbee! Atleast I feel
more comfortable that way.....
- satya
 
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Adithya, wish u a veru good exam!
Whats books did u study along with jsp/servlet specifications?
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Adithya Rayaprolu
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Ashik,
I studied the ORielly books for servlets and jsp. Wrote some simple programs and tested using Tomcat. Tomcat also has some nice examples. All the best for your exam.
 
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