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I am pleased to report that yesterday I took and passed the exam. Thanks everyone for all the messages and information posted on this site. Here is how I prepared.

1. Read and took notes on HFSJ. Did all the problems and examples.

2. First I got Whizlabs exam simulator. When I first started I was struggling with the exams. I got a 74% on the final Whizlabs exam.

3. About 2 weeks before I took the exam I saw a posting indicating that Enthuware was closer to the exam, so I bought that as well. I did find Enthuware to be very helpful in preparing for the exam. Although enthuware final exam was easier than Whizlabs due to many of the questions being repeats from the earlier exams, there were a few questions that were very similar to those on the exam, so it is definitely worth doing. I scored a 95% on Enthuware final exam.

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Congrats Wendy
 
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Originally posted by Wendy McAvoy:
I am pleased to report that yesterday I took and passed the exam. Thanks everyone for all the messages and information posted on this site. Here is how I prepared.

1. Read and took notes on HFSJ. Did all the problems and examples.

2. First I got Whizlabs exam simulator. When I first started I was struggling with the exams. I got a 74% on the final Whizlabs exam.

3. About 2 weeks before I took the exam I saw a posting indicating that Enthuware was closer to the exam, so I bought that as well. I did find Enthuware to be very helpful in preparing for the exam. Although enthuware final exam was easier than Whizlabs due to many of the questions being repeats from the earlier exams, there were a few questions that were very similar to those on the exam, so it is definitely worth doing. I scored a 95% on Enthuware final exam.

Wendy



Congratulation, by the way is the exam became 80 questions instead of 69 questions ?
 
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Congrats Wendy

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i passed SCWCD exam last week and i found 80 questions instead of 69 questions.
 
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Congrats Wendy !!
 
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Congratulations!

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congrates
 
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Heyy Wendy Congrats.....

Want to know wether the exam include questions on Filters, Design Patterns.[All legal sharable material is located in ScwcdLinks]

Thanks in advance
[ November 17, 2007: Message edited by: Marc Peabody ]
 
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Hi Wandy,

Congratulations on passing the exam. Could you please send me the ling where you bought Enthuware final exam.


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Pawan, look at Sharma's signature above.
 
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Links to mocks are at the Links page.
 
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