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Dear all
I finished the SCWCD this morning.
Thanks to anyone who has helped me in this forum.
For this exam,I have prepared it for 2 weeks.
THe most difficult question for me is design pattern. I got only 25% in this area.
The design pattern is not straigh forward as mock exam.
Fortunately. other goes well
I have used WebJPlus and it helps me a lot. The deatiled explaination helps me to understand the concept.
Most of people regard that the Mock exam is difficult than the real one. However, in some extent, I don't think so. The tough question in the real exam is more diffiuclt than most of the mock exam(even it was declared as tough in the mock).
In the real exam, all the 5 choices are very similar. I recommand to do as least 5 mock exam before you go to the real one.
Goog Luck to all
[ April 08, 2002: Message edited by: Edwin Wong ]
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Edwin - Congratulations!
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Good job done, Edwin...
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