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Hi,
I want to thank this news group for all their help. I an certain that my score would not be this high if it were not for the great advice found here.
Here's some advice you might consider taking that I used that helped me just prior to taking the exam.
Once you've settled down in the exam room, you'll be supplied with a pen and paper. Before you start the exam or even the survey, write down on the pad of paper the servlet api's and their corresponding methods ( I memorized only the ones that appeared in Ken Z. notes) for example:
GenericServlet
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init destroy service log getInitParameter getInitParameterNames getServletName getServletInfo getservletConfig getServletContext
and so on for these classes
HttpServlet
ServletRequest
HttpServletRequest
ServletResponse
HttpServletResponse
ServletContext
ServletConfig
HttpSession
Next, I wrote down the dtd structure for the major web.xml
for example
<web-app> and its children
<servlet> and its children
<security-contraint> and children
<web-resource-collection> and children
I also wrote down items that I have trouble remembering like <@include has a file attribute whereas <jsp:include has a page attribute.
This whole process took me about 15 minutes - all of which was done before the exam clock ever started.
This helped me get through some of the questions more quickly with more confidence.
Thanks again ranchers!
 
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Congrats Nadine, and great suggestions.
Mark
 
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congrats Nadine.
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Hi,
I doubt if I can do so much i/o operation on my memory just before the battle
 
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Congratulations Nadine!
Guy
 
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CONGRATULATION ..THANKS FOR THE GREAT IDEA I AM GOING TO GIVE MY SCWCD NEXT WEEK..
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VIJAY KUMAR
SCJP2
 
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