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SCWCD 5 Exam Preparation

 
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Hello Ranchers...

I'm preparing for SCWCD5 exam and I have to do the exam with in a month.
I have Head First book for SCWCD5 and some mock exam simulators.
I want to know what are the sections I have to cover more than HFSJ...
Do I need to go through the specifications of Servelts,JSP&JSTL?
If so, what are the versions of those specs?

I read in some post that Design Patterns covered in HFSJ is not enough for the exam. So, please send me some resources to get a good knowledge of Design Patters for the purpose of the exam.

One important question I have to ask is:
I did SCJP 1.4 and now I'm going to do SCWCD5. So, do I need to have a good knowledge of SCJP5 syllabus? Will they ask questions from the sections which are newly added for SCJP5?
Please clarify my doubt.

Please help me in this regard.
Thanks in advance,
Usha
 
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Read this document about design patterns.

Concerning Java1.5, make sure you know some basic stuff (check this thread).
 
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