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Cleared SCWCD with 81%

 
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Hi


Today i cleared the exam with 81% score.
I had some misunderstanding also , i registered for EXAM 081 that is for
SCWCD 1.4 but was studying the book which was for 380 SCWCD 1.3
since the course content is quite same i just didnt realize till last friday.
But i am working in Java Technology for almost 4 years , including projects in
J2EE Env. so that .helped me also for the missing parts of 1.4 exam.

Regards,
Arvind Mishra
SCJP 1.4
SCWCD 1.4
IBM SOA ASSOCIATE(Next Exam )
 
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Congrats! Which book did you use that was 1.3? Did you use any other study materials?
 
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Congrats

Also share your way of preparation. That will definetly help lots of ranchers who are preparing for the SCWCD.

Thanks,
Satya
 
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hi

Thanks to all for wishes

I used the book
Professional SCWCD Certification by Daniel Jepp; Sam Dalton.
Thats the only book i referred.
except that i looked Mikalai Zaikin Notes for Taglib & EL.
Used test exam from javabeat & www.j2eecertificate.com & offcourse Ranch practice exam.
I studied for around 15 days ,daily 1-2 Hrs.

Regards
 
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Congrats

 
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Congratulations
 
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Congrats!
 
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Congratulations Arvind!
 
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Congratulations Arvind Mishra

Thats what the practical knowledge what we gain through our working is definitely helpful. Nice to hear that.
 
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Congratulations Arvind!
Nice to hear you completed just in 15,that too 1 to 2 hours a day preparation!Of course you have practical knowledge!
But still i think it's great!

-srinivas
 
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Congrats...!!!


Thanks

Anil Kumar
 
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