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passed SCWCD 1.4 with 84%

 
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Just passed SCWCD 1.4 with 84%. I am very satisfied with the score. It is better than what I thought.

The exam questions are straighforward. I got 70 questions. One of them is a test question for the furture exam. It doesn't be counted in the score. But the exam didn't tell which one it is.

How did I prepare for the exam?
I used HFSJ book to study exam, did the mock exams from www.j2eecertificate.com and JWebPlus, and used Servlet 2.4 spec, JSP 2.0 spec and JSTL 1.1 spec as the references. I read HFSJ book two times (Three times for some of chapters). Before I took the exam, I passed the final mock exam in HFSJ with 68%. Since I am busy on my daily work, only studied the exam at night and at weekend. It took me 8 weeks to finish the exam.

Anyway, now I can relax a little for a happy holiday season.

Many thanks to the posts in this place. They gave me the great helps. Wish your guys good luck in your exam and have a happy holiday.

Wai Iu
 
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Hi Wai,
Congrats for got good score.
regards
kishore
 
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