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Things to study other than the Book.

 
Raji Ram
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Hi,
Sorry for repeated posts!! I am terribly confused. That is why all these posts early in the morning
I have been studyng the SCWCD study kit and I am more or less thorough in it. I am thinking of taking the mock exams next week.
What else should I read? Please help.
Those who have already passed the exam, Please tell me when you felt you are ready to take the exam or atleast mock exam?
Thanks in advance.
 
Jessica Sant
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first off -- multiple posts in this situation are the right thing to do -- keeps one question/one topic per post -- and that way things don't get confusing. So no need to apologize for doing the right thing.
As for studying. I recommend you read through the book. Then take a couple mock exams. That will help you to pinpoint areas you need to work on (or maybe you'll find out that you're an SCWCD god and you're all ready for teh real thing!... But assuming you're mortal...).
So once you identify those "problem" areas -- either re-read the chapters in the SCWCD exam study kit -- or read through the areas of the spec -- or maybe grab another book (like Marty Hall's More Servlets and Java Server Pages).
Once you feel confident in the mock exams -- you're all set to go!
 
Raji Ram
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Originally posted by Jessica Sant:
(or maybe you'll find out that you're an SCWCD god and you're all ready for teh real thing!... But assuming you're mortal...).


Of course I am Jessica

Thanks for the advise.
 
Hema Menon
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Have the servlet API link from Sun's site or at from the servlet specs open while reading the certification book. Its help in many ways to understand the api's exceptions and so. Also any typo or other errors in the book(not that I think there is) can be verified too.
 
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