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Passed SCWCD with 89%

 
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Dear friends,

I took my exam today and scored 89% after 4 weeks of preparation...I thank you all guys for your valuable contributions and active participation..

My sincere thanks to the authors of HFSJ for their wonderful book!!!

I'm new to JSP and servlets..i have no work experience in S & J.....i had read HFJS twice and spent sometime for reading Specs and finally i referred Frederic Esnault revison notes two hours before taking the exam .. really it's an excellent material for revision.

Don't MISS peabody notes on patterns.....Hats off to Peabody.

My suggestion:

Read HFSJ twice... and go through the Specs atleast one time..

Servlet
JSTL
JSP (actually i couldn't find time to read JSP spec..i decided to take the exam today at any cost)


Actually i scored only 60% in the HFSJ final mock exam...which i took 2 days prior to main exam...


Don't forget to read peabody notes on patterns...before reading the notes i scored very less in patterns related questions in the mock exam but after reading the peabody notes i scored 100% in mock exams as well as in main exam.

All the best


Sincerely,
Suresh Ranganathan.

"Lost wealth may be replaced by hard work, lost knowledge by study, lost health by care and medicine,but lost time is gone forever!"
 
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Congrats....


 
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Congratulations!!!

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Congrats Suresh
 
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Congratulations
 
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congrats Suresh.
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Congrats
 
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hey CONGRATS !!!
 
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Bravo !
 
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Congrats!
 
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