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differences between SCWCD exams

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what is the difference between the two SCWCD exams (310-080 and 310-081)? Did they have very different study material, and I assume the 310-081 exam is the exam that everyone should be taking from now on?
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The SCWCD 1.4 exam adds new objectives such as Expression Language, JSTL, and Tag files and revamps the existing objectives to test the new techniques introduced in JSP 2.0 and Servlets 2.4 specifications. Also some objectives such as SingleThreadedModel, which are deprecated now, have been removed from the exam, thereby making the exam more current and at par with the latest trends. The exam as such has changed in terms of increased toughness, more code-oriented rather than directly testing the concepts, and adds new types of questions like Drag N Drop.
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