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Passed SCWCD with 73%

 
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Today, I passed SCWCD with 73%.

Preparation time approximately 2 month. I read HFSJ one time, did some free mock exams available on the internet and read Peabody Patterns, Esnault and Zaikin notes as well as the dynamic attributes tutorial of Brian.

I also bought Enthuware wich was quite great. I can recommend this simulator. I did every test one time and passed them with between 70 and 80%.

Now I am going to prepare for SCBCD, but first of all, I am going to get some beer

cheers!
 
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Congratulations Patrick!
 
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Congrats man.
 
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Congratz Patrick
How much did you score in HFSJ final mock exam?And how much approximate time did you spend everyday? I am kind of worried because I am a working professional(but not in Web Applications!) & I am finding it real hard to take out time to study on a regular basis
I am still only half-way through HFSJ book after little more than 1 month
Any suggestions from anybody will be highly appreciated.

~ Veeru
 
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Congrats .....

 
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Congratulations
 
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I studied about 5h each day. After reading HFSJ I did the final mock exam and scored about 58%. That's why I thought I need some more experience, therefore I studied some other mocks and read through the notes as well as played with some jsp/servlet examples... and of course, reading Javaranch is a good idea

Originally posted by Veeru Bond:
Congratz Patrick
How much did you score in HFSJ final mock exam?And how much approximate time did you spend everyday? I am kind of worried because I am a working professional(but not in Web Applications!) & I am finding it real hard to take out time to study on a regular basis
I am still only half-way through HFSJ book after little more than 1 month
Any suggestions from anybody will be highly appreciated.

~ Veeru

 
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Congrats Patric....
 
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Originally posted by Patrick Beck:
Today, I passed SCWCD with 73%.

Preparation time approximately 2 month. I read HFSJ one time, did some free mock exams available on the internet and read Peabody Patterns, Esnault and Zaikin notes as well as the dynamic attributes tutorial of Brian.



Well done !

Glad to know my notes were helpful.

regards,
MZ
 
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Thanks Patrick & congratz once again
~ Veeru
 
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Congrats
 
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