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How to Prepare for SCWCD????

 
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Hi all,

This is Amit I had cleared the SCJP 1.4 exam with 86% two months back, now I want to clear the SCWCD 1.4 exam, and I am planning to take the test within next two months I am having head first JSP & SERVLET. Please guide me how to prepare to get a score in access of 80%.

I am average, Fresher and Searching for job.

Please guide me how should I prepare to achieve this objective means how many hours I should study for the exam and where can I find the mock exams for SCWCD 1.4.

Those who have cleared the SCWCD1.4 recently/earlier or preparing for the test please send me your opinions and, also what are the major points that I should focus on.

If anybody is there from India (Bangalore or Delhi or Bombay) please gives me your contact details as I am in India (Bangalore) right now.

Thanking in advance
Amit Kumar
 
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Hi Amit,

Firstly well done on passing the SCJP exam.

HFSJ is the book that most people say they use to help with the exam, so this is a good start. Read it and make sure you understand the examples. If you want a score in excess of 80%, come up with other examples, practice, practice, practice and learn from the book (make sure you check out the errata here).

If you are new to Servlets and JSP, there will be a lot of new stuff here for you, there are a number of underlying concepts that are quite different from other programming paradigms. Make sure you understand them. A good knowledge of the underlying concepts will help you answer questions that you otherwise would struggle with, or may not even be able to answer.

Lastly if you don't understand something post a question here and then when you get an answer make sure you understand it.

Good luck.

HTH

Mat
 
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