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For getting started with SCWCD5

 
srinivas pola
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Hello guys,

I have completed SCJP5 and now want to complete SCWCD5.
Can anyone please let me know how to start with SCWCD preparation?
What books do i need to start with?
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Thanks in advance for the guidance.
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Seetharaman Venkatasamy
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first of all buy HFSJ(HeadFirst Servlets and Jsp)
 
srinivas pola
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Hi,

I have head first book of servlets and JSP.

Anything else required to prepare for the exam?
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Thanks for the reply..
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Christophe Verré
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Be warned that illegal request are strictly forbidden at the ranch.
 
Joe Harry
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I think, Head First is all you need. Maybe after you finish studying from Head First, take some mocks available at,

www.examulator.com

www.j2eecertificate.com

www.javabeat.net

www.jdiscuss.com

And some commercial mocks like,

www.enthuware.com

www.whizlabs.com
 
Michael Ku
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You might try to code the things that you are studying. If you have a question (doubt), you can almost always figure out the answer yourself if you try to code it. This way, no matter how the question is worded on the exam, you will know the subject and be able to figure out the correct answer.
 
srinivas pola
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Thankyou Jothi and Machael
 
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