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SCWCD easy or hard?

 
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Hello,
I am new to JSP/Servlet.I have studied for 3 months for SCWCD.The more I study,the more I feel I need to study.I am feeling that I am near to SCWCD.
I have read many posts here.Some of them said SCWCD is easy and others said it is hard.I believe it is not hard and not easy!
Do you agree with me?
ruijin yang


 
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I believe it is easier than scjp.
 
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It's definitely easier than SCJP!
 
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it is easier beucase people feel you don't have to understand
servlet and jsp inorder to pass the exam.
By remembering the methods of classes, tag.. etc....
you can pass. If thats the truth i think it is easier too.
 
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Originally posted by FEI NG:
it is easier beucase people feel you don't have to understand
servlet and jsp inorder to pass the exam..


On the contrary, you need to really understand servlet and jsp to pass the exam. IMHO, if you have experience in jsp and servlet, you'll have no difficulty passing this exam.


By remembering the methods of classes, tag.. etc....
you can pass. If thats the truth i think it is easier too.


You'll score higher if you remember these.
 
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I passed the SCWCD yesterday with a 64%. I thought it was harder than the programmer exam. I have almost no experience with Java, servlets, and JSP's. I'm a VB programmer. However, I think if you have experience with servlets and JSP's, the exam should be no problem.
Scott Thompson MCSD, SCJP2, SCWCD
 
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