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Passed exam with 98%

 
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Just coming back from the testing center.The exam was pretty simple after taking the final HFSJ mock exam (I had got 82% in that).
For this exam, reading the HFSJ thoroughly should definitely give you more than 90 %. That includes all mock-exam questions (chapter-end + final). I even got one question from one of the HFSJ mock exams.

I sincerely thank the authors of the book. More important than my score to me is the fact that I have learnt a lot from the book.

Now I have a question for the authors regarding the SCBCD exam. I would like to know whether there are any chances for the SCBCD exam to get updated within the next 3-4 months. I am planning to buy the HFEJB book and prepare for that, but I don't want to see the exam get updated in the middle of my studying.

Thanks and good luck to every one...
 
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Congrats Satish!!!

98% is just great!!!



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in the other topic, there is a member will take exam on next day, and you congratz him, NOW you're the one who should get a congratulation as well....

congratz, Sathish. thanks for the info too.
[ September 23, 2005: Message edited by: Nicky Eng ]
 
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Wow!!!.That was an awesome score!!!.

Congratulations Sathish!!!

Regards,
Priya.
 
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Congratulations Sathish

That score is fantastic, cheers

Regards,
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Congratz Sathish,
Again....
Happy learning...

Now celebrate..

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That is wonderful score..
Great Achievement.
Congrats Satish.
 
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Hio Sathish,

First off, as a bartender I'd like to ask you to update your display name, thanks!

Second, congrats! Great score on a really hard exam. The SCBCD exam will not be updated anytime soon, I'd say 9 months at the earliest, but if I had to bet I'd say more like 12-15 months.

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Hi Satish,

Congratulations!!! Please share your exam experience with us !!!

Cheers,
Chandra
 
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Hi Chandra and all,
Thanks for your wishes. Regarding the exam experience, I would say :
1. There's a lot of time in the exam (unlike the final HFSJ mock exam). If you complete soon, I would advice you to review all your answers carefully. I corrected atleast 2 answers this way. This will help boost your score.

2. In my exam, questions related to tag files and servlet mapping were a little tricky. The rest I thought were pretty straight forward. So, if you read the full HFSJ book (and remember everything :rolleyes and read Bryan's tutorial on dynamic attributes (in this forum), you should be able to get 95 plus.

Thanks,
Sathish
 
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Hi Sathish,

I am not able to find Bryan's tutorial on dynamic attributes in this forum. Could you or anyone else help me out.
 
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Hi Sathish,

Thank you very much for sharing your exam experiences..

Wish you all the best for your future exams!!

Thanks,
Chandra
 
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Gee.... how could you get such a high score!!!
 
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Congrats Sathish
 
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Hi Himanshu,

why can't you find the tutorial . It's here at Tutorial on Dynamic Attributes

By the way, I had also 2 questions concerning dynamic attriutes in my exam.

Regards,
Darya
 
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congrats sandeep.
 
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Hi Sathish
I'm preparing for SCWCD.passed SCJP with 85%.I'm new to servlets and JSP.can you please advise me how to prepare for this exam?? I'm planning to give it within 2 months.Is it sufficient???This time my target is above 90%.Plase advise.
 
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Thanx Darya
 
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Hi Shanthi
2 months team should be just enough if you can spare around 2 hours a day (probably a little more in the week-ends). Just read the HFSJ book fully and make sure you understand and remember everything. And read Bryan's tutorial in Dynamic Attributes in the forum. You can get 90 plus. good luck
 
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sorry I meant 2 months term
 
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Hi Sathish
Thank you very much for your advise.I have not bought the HFSJ book yet.just right now I'm going through David Harms "Jsp ,Servlets and MySqL".and at the same time reading the servelts and JSP in "Sams Teach yourself J2EE in 21 days" and on-line study guide.
I'll definitely follow your advise..
Thanks

Shanthi
 
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Well done !!!
Complements are coming all the way from South Africa..

How much time did spend preparing for this exam ?



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SCJP 1.4
SCWCD 1.4 (Preparing)
 
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Hey satish...
Congrats! grt score!!
 
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