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Hey ranchers,
Finally cleared SCWCD 1.4 with a score of 88%. Lowest was on custom tags, it was 65 in that.
My preparation was as follows:

HFSJ (Head first JSP and Servlets by Jathy Sierra and Bert Bates). 3 revisions.
Mock Test at the end of the book.
Mock Test for SCWCD at javaranch.

Whizlabs exam simulator.
A caution for those who are buying WHizlabs exam simulator and those who take the mock test at the end of the book. Both are significantly tougher than the actual exam.

Whizlabs has 3 practice tests in which it is a miracle if you manage to clear all three. But the final exam is easy and comparable to the SCWCD.

I am thinking to go for Rational OOAD Specialist or SCBCD (SCBCD is the common path which many people take, so mostly it will be OOAD).
Thanks to the ranchers for their support.. :-)

Anyways all that matters in the end is some weed and some beer.
 
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Congratulations!
 
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congrats ashwanth...
enjoy
 
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Congrates...
 
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Many Many Congratulations
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Congrats...
 
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Congratulations
I've had some tought time with Whizlabs too, but it definitely helped.
 
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congrats
 
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Congratz !
 
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Congrats
 
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Congrates.

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Congrates.

Shyam Ramineni
 
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Hey Congrats
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Congrats Ashwanth. I m also preparing for the scwcd.Can You tell us how to buy package fom whizlabs and what is he cost.

snehasishpanda@yahoo.co.in
SCJP1.4
SCWCD1.4(next)
 
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You can buy it online:
http://www.whizlabs.com/jwhiz.html
 
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Congrates
 
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Congratulations
 
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congrotulation ashwanth fernando




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congrats!
 
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congrats!
 
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Mr Ashwanth can you send me your e mail adress my one is,
boxidilshan@gmail.com
 
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