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Thanks All !!!

 
Jean Meira
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Hi guys !!
I passed in SCWD with 84%.
I passed without HF&S book.

Thanks All in javaranch.
 
MInu
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Thats GREAT

 
Bassam Zahid
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Congrats.
 
Leo Sam
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Congratulations. We now have quite a few who have passed the exam without HFS. I still think it is a very good book, not just for the exam even otherwise.
Well done.
 
Paul Bourdeaux
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Congratulations Jean!

Could you share with us any of your study tips?
 
Jean Meira
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Really, HFS&JSP is a very good book.
It facilitates the learning by containing all exam objectives.
But isn't essential.

I used the Manning SCWD Study Guide and the java.boot.by/wcd-guide site.
I took many mocks exam as Jdiscuss, JwebPlus, J2eecertificate.

Get attention with EL, JSTL and Custom Tags development objectives.
The exam is'nt hard, but requires very study and practice.

More later...
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Ashish Garg
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Congrats....
 
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