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Cleared SCWCD 1.4

 
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Hello all,

Today, I cleared the SCWCD 1.4 exam with a score of 85%. I found the exam to be pretty difficult as compared to the mock exams I had taken.

My Prep materials:

a. The awesome Head First Servlets and JSP's by Bert, Kathy and Bryan. Thank you for the great book.

b. Precise objective by objective discussion by Mikalai Zaikin in his SCWCD 1.4 study guide. I would advice everyone,preparing for SCWCD,to go over this guide.

c. I refered to some sections, such as DD diagrams, JSTL, and Tags from the respective specs.

d. Scored a miserly 62% in the HF Mock exam and used j2eecertificate.com and jdiscuss.com for their very effective mock exams.

One important advice from my side is, try to go over the Servlet and JSP API's, till you remember all the important method signatures and their objective.

Good luck to all those preparing for this exam.



[ December 19, 2004: Message edited by: shankar ]
[ December 19, 2004: Message edited by: shankar ]
 
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hello shankar,

congrats

its a good score man. thanks for sharing ur preparation . it will be use ful for the ones like me
 
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