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Cleared SCWCD 1.5

 
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Hi,
Finally I have cleared SCWCD 1.5 exam with a score of 89%.
Prepared for alomost 4 months.
I thank all of you for all the help in clarifying my doubts.

Well,planning for a vacation right now and after that I will start with SCBCD preparation.
 
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Congratulation to you. Good Score.

At present, I am doing preparation for SCWCD 1.5 exam. so, can you please share your experience with me means which books you have read and which mock test you have taken. Is it sufficient to read only HFSJ book to get good score in the real exam?
 
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congracts,good score



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preparing for scwcd
 
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Simply Awesome...
Very Good Score Buddy ...
 
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Thank you all !!

Kunal, my preparation is was mainly through Head First book which I read 4 times.
Other than that :

- all mock exam given in javarach
- Frederic Esnault Notes (a must b'fore the exam day)
- Peabody Notes (I got 100% in patterns)
- J2ee Specs (only for relevant topics)

Important thing is that you should have a clear understanding of the concepts. If you know the concepts you can answer any question in the exam. And do some practise of the concepts you learn. Thats all !!
 
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Thank you very much for your co-operation. Sorry, but I forget to ask you that is it required to read servlet or jsp specification?
 
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Yes you should have look at it just few days before the exam.
 
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Congrats. Keep applying what you had learnt.
 
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Congratulations!
 
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Hi,

Congrats !!! You got a Good score..

I am now preparing for SCWCD 1.5, but i read HeadFirst(O'reilly), 1st edition, which is for 1.4. Is this book covered for 1.5 or need to read HeadFirst for 1.5 ? Please let me know any differnces between 1.4 & 1.5
Also please suggest anything more other than this book for preparing.

Thanks in advance...
 
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congrats!!
 
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Congratulations!
 
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