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i have cleared scjp with 88%. Can u tell me certification i should take next. I would like to go for scwcd without passing scjd. Or do i need to know some topics in scjd that are necessary for clearing scwcd or are they mutually exclusive?
Is scwcd , a mutiple choice exam? what book should i follow.

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I'll give the answer I tend to be giving a lot of late when it comes to going for the "next" certification - figure out what most interests you in Java, and why you want the cert, and let that guide you to the next exam. (As in, if you're interested in servlets/JSPs, do SCWCD, etc. Don't do an exam just because "it's what everyone else is doing".)

That said.

Most of your questions can be answered by the FAQ in the forum. But to answer the one that doesn't probably seem clear - SCJD and SCWCD are mutually exclusive. SCJD covers a practical project with Java SE, and SCWCD concentrates on the servlet and JSP portions of Java EE.

Good luck with whatever you choose!
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