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Cleared SCWCD 5 with 81%

 
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Hello Everybody,

I have cleared the SCWCD 5 exam with 81%.

Some questions were really tougher than mock exams I took for the version 1.4. I have gone through HFSJ, very thoroughly. Thanks to the authors.

I went through the notes prepared Frederic Esnault, Mikalai Zaikin and Jothi Shankar Kumar. Thanks to them.
Design Patterns notes by Peabody are very useful. Special thanks to him.

I have gone through some mock exams, which also helped.

In the exam, some questions were really tricky. Somebody earlier said "Read between the lines". This really helped.

Thanks to this forum, and good luck to all.
 
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Congratulations
 
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Congratulations!
 
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Congratulations Stalin
 
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Hi Stallin,

Congratulations!

I didn't follow that line "Read between the lines". Can you please clarify it ?

Thanks,
 
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Hi

Congratulations !!!

I have a question, when you say

I have gone through some mock exams, which also helped.


what you mean ?

Regards,
M
 
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Hello, pls how longe do you think it will take me to prepare for the exam. I have some web development experiences with jsp/servlet and ejb too. i got my scjp 5 last year, i've got HF and SCWCD - Exam Study Kit - 3rd Ed - Hanumant Deshmukh too. pls advice
 
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I think you can do it in 3 weeks
 
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I think you can do it in 3 weeks. That's what I am shooting for
 
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hi

I went through the notes prepared Frederic Esnault, Mikalai Zaikin and Jothi Shankar Kumar. Thanks to them.
Design Patterns notes by Peabody are very useful. Special thanks to him.




How and from where i could get these notes as mentioned above .
 
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Congrats !

Glad to know my notes helped.

regards,
MZ
 
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Hi,

You can get it from this link, SCWCD Links

Thanks,
 
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Hi
First of all congrats..

Have you wrote wcd 5 or wcd 1.4

Regards
Prabhath M
 
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