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SCwcd: Whizlabs V Exam

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I am sitting the SCWCD exam this Friday.

To date i have been using the SCWCD book by David Bridgewater and Whizlabs as my study material.

How would anyone who has completed this exam rate the difficulty of questions between whizlabs and the actual exam?
I tried the questions on this sit under "Real Questions" and found the majority of them very easy (bar the SingleThreadModel but i dont think thats on the exam)

Also would anyone have any hints / tips for the final 2 days of studying?

Any help is greatly appreciated.

keep up the good work with this site, it contains a lot of good info and i will definitely use it as one of my main resources when i start studing for the SCEA exams

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I think, you ca do some of the following in the next two days...

1. List out all the DD elements and study 3 to 4 times... (some examples web.xml with all elments filled with data, for clarity, you can write comments on what it will do)

2. List out all the JSP element Syntax, JSTL tags, Custom tags and try to remember all the tags including the return values of the tag handlers.

3. Try to answer the questions in this forum...

4. If you still have time, write one sample program which covers all the demo code in HFSJ & whatever the book you have read, and try to remember the entire flow

5. Finally & the most important one, sleep wellllll before the exam......
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