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Hi ranchers,
Passed the SCWCD exams. This forum has been awesome, its got great "links page", and one usually gets good information from the cowboy's, ranchhands :-).
Servlet AND JSP specs are good.
Miftah khan's notes helps a lot to summarize and revise.
Ken's notes are good and closely relates to the specs material.
And mock exam on javaranch helps a lot.
I liked Mika's mock exams format the most, because one has an easiest access to the answers as soon as u are done with each question.
Anand chawla's exams is also good while Eduard cobian's appear to have lot of tricky questions, and in SCWCD exams's the trick factor is far low.
One thing i found lacking about mock exam's is that, one would also like to have customized mock exams, so that u can get yourself grilled on a particular objective section.( probably jweblus or SCWCD whiz must be providing this).
Thats it folks u ranchers have been great , keep it up.
Bye
Roger
 
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Congrats Roger.
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