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passed w/ 88%

 
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Hi,
This morning I cleared my SCWCD, passing w/ 88%. Here I want to thank this forum for sharing info and every help.
Here's some experience I have to prepare this exam. Hope it help for those preparing.
(1) memorizing the interface/event names and their methods
(2) memorizing dd element names and the hierachy
(3) do as many sample exams as possible which are available in this web site; dont care too much about the score you can get from these samples; I remember I got below 50% from Eduardo's sample test and still didn't get higher score after a few days' study;
(4) I went through both JSP and Servlet spec once and focused on miftah's study notes (also available in this website
(5) most of questions are pretty straight-forward
(6) total preparing time: 2 weeks + 6 month web application development
(7) time to finish the 59 questions: 45 mins
again, if you understand all miftah's notes and memorizing most of them, I'll be 100% sure you can pass the exam!
Thanks all again!
Michael Sun
SCJP2, SCWCD
 
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Congrats Micheal, great score. It seems everyone is getting 88% today.
Mark
 
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Congrats Michael.
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