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Questions regarding SCWCD Certification

 
Vikrama Sanjeeva
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Hi Rnchers,
I have following questions regarding SCWCD Certification....
1: Passing score 61% i.e 36/59 must done in order to pass. 120 mins. Total?
2: Which sections MUST be done & which sections MAY be left in order to pass exam?.
3:Which section/s has the maximum number of questions?
4: How much EJB & Design Pattrens are involved?.Is there any good+short resourse to do EJB & DP?.
5: I have heard that there is a short tutorial/trial questions in the start of exam.Does it effects to the %age of real exam?
6:I am using following resorses
a)Java Server Programming By Wrox
b)Servlet2.3 Specification & API c)JSP1.2 Specification & API
d)Miftah Notes
e)Kenz Notes
Does i need any thing more in order to pass exam?
Or is there material which MUST be READ before taking SCWCD?
Bye.
Viki.
 
Axel Janssen
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Viki:
1: 90 min. Rest is right.
2: There is a 2000 years old latin saying yet often quoted in europe. I cant remember the latin, but it means: You don't learn for school, you learn for life. This is especial true in after_dot_com_bubble_crash times. Exam is a by-product, so I just learn everything.
3: same as 2
4: EJBs are not involved. But it seems to me that there are lots of things especially in design, which you understand easier, if you know EJBs. But there are no special EJB-questions.
5: Nobody knows for sure. Some people reported that they got the impression that it affected the questions.
6: Look in the Link page above. There are lots of other ressources.
 
Madhav Lakkapragada
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2: There is a 2000 years old latin saying yet often quoted in europe. I cant remember the latin, but it means: You don't learn for school, you learn for life. This is especial true in after_dot_com_bubble_crash times. Exam is a by-product, so I just learn everything.
I will add this to the FAQ. Good one Axel.
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Graeme Brown
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Please don't take offence if I have misread the tone of your question. But it looks like you may not have much experience of sitting certification exams.
It is a requirement of the SCWCD to have already passed the SCJP exam. Have you done this?
 
Axel Janssen
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Originally posted by Madhav Lakkapragada:

I will add this to the FAQ. Good one Axel.
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Yes. Please put it, if you like to.
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Vikrama Sanjeeva
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Originally Posted By:Axel Janssen
There is a 2000 years old latin saying yet often quoted in europe. I cant remember the latin, but it means: You don't learn for school, you learn for life. This is especial true in after_dot_com_bubble_crash times. Exam is a by-product, so I just learn everything.

Impressive man.I LOVE THE THEME


Originally Posted By:Graeme Brown
Please don't take offence if I have misread the tone of your question. But it looks like you may not have much experience of sitting certification exams.

Yups... u may say.I have given only one certification in my life uptill now.
Originally Posted By:Graeme Brown
It is a requirement of the SCWCD to have already passed the SCJP exam. Have you done this?

Ya i know very well,and i has already cleared SCJP2 in January 09, 2002.
As far as my practical experience is concerned the n i have done lots of small projects as a part of my engineering and have 1 year experience in Java 2 with industrial projects
Yes one may say that i am doing hurry in taking SCWCD, is b/c i am engage with my Final year engineering just after 4 months.And it will be tough for me to give any cert.
I hope u understand now!
Bye.
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Axel Janssen
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good luck.
www.Enthuware.com has a good and quite cheap comercial mock exam.
Axel
 
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