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passed today - tips included

 
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hello all,
i passed the scwcd exam today with a 91%.
a little background on myself. i have been a j2ee web developer for the past 2 years. it has all been via struts (for the web stuff) and would highly recommend any struts developers to at least study for this cert, because it really makes struts make a whole lot more sense.
i studied off on and on for about 3 weeks during my free time. i used two books, the exam cram and the deshmukh book. the deshmukh book comes with jwebplus exams, which, in my opinion, were the best mocks. i also used the zrobok notes... one tip... dont use michelle's notes! they are filled with lots of very discrete errors that are sometimes hard to catch.
study the web.xml, listeners, threads, tlds... basically everything in the objectives
thats about it
 
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Congratulations, Nate! Please do post your scores on http://jdiscuss.com .
 
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