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Successfully passed SCWCD 5 exam with 97%

 
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Hello all Java lovers and my Java friends,

I am Mighty Happy and Delighted to Broadcast that,today i have passed SCWCD 5 exam in Style with 97% (67 out of 69)....

First of all,I take this oppurtunity to thank Mr.Scott McNealy of our Sun Microsystems for keeping such encouraging and really helpfull Sun Certification exams which are deeply valued and highly respected all over the world.
Also I would like to thank Kathy Sierra,Bert Bates and Bryan Besham for writing such knowledgable and exciting book,Head First Servlets and JSP 5..

Truely speaking,SCWCD 5 exam is not so difficult and can be really easy to pass with a good score provided one works smart and focused.

Regarding my Preparation,let me Spill The Beans -->

1 : Read Head First Servlets and JSP 5 properly and carefully 5 times.
2 : Enthuware JWebPlus 5 Simulator.My 8 tests scores are as follows..
78% 86% 87% 80% 84% 78% 93% 75%
if you look at my average percentage in these mocks its 82%
So my real exam marks = 82 + 15 = 97%
3 : Javabeats mocks but i personally didnt find them that helpfull.
4 : Constantly in touch with our JavaRanch.

My Personal recommadations ->

HeadFirst + JavaRanch + Enthuware JwebPlus 5 = 90%

Be clear with your basics for which above things are more than enough and anyone can surely cross 80%
Again I am insisting,the exam is not at all difficult with above preparation.
Always be Positive and remember this statement from me ----->


Raise Your Confidence..Confidence Will Raise You


[ November 30, 2008: Message edited by: Surajsingh Thakur ]
 
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Good timing Buddy and tremendous performance

this is the prize for your hardwork

i will drink extra beer in the name of you today

Congratulations
 
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Congratulations!
 
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Hai thakur
congratulations
very high score
and thank you for giving your journey to scwcd

bhushan
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Congrats Surajsingh!

That's a wonderful score, we're glad the book helped.

Bert
 
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I take this oppurtunity to thank Mr.Scott McNealy of our Sun Microsystems


I'm not sure Sun is going to be happy to know that you've used illegal material to pass the exam. (Please check your private messages)
 
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Hi Thakur,

Congrats for your good score and hard work!

I just wonder about the real exam i.e all the questions are "choose all that apply" or its enthuware style.

Jatin
 
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"Jatin",
Welcome to the ranch. You may not be aware of the ranch Naming Policy. Please read it carefully and change your name accordingly (you need to set both first and last names). Thank you.
 
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Seriously Rick? Seriously? You might as well just read this tiny ad:
Building a Better World in your Backyard by Paul Wheaton and Shawn Klassen-Koop
https://coderanch.com/wiki/718759/books/Building-World-Backyard-Paul-Wheaton
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