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SCEA part 1 passed

 
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Thanks Ranchers,

I passed SCEA 1 with 76%

I spend almost 3 weeks studying (mostly on the week end)

I used Mark Cade's book and http://java.sun.com/javaee/5/docs/tutorial/doc/

I spent a lot of time studying EJB JPA JSF WS in great detail, but it was kind of useless, the test does not quiz you on detailed knowledge on those subjects. I think I would have received same points if I had studied Cade's book for 2 weeks, spend one day readying about EJB JPA JSF WS, and spend 3 days doing test practice.

Almost all the questions are scenario based questions, and detailed knowledge about EJB JPA JSF WS was not required (was useless). Learning how to analyze questions .... is very important.

I might take SCEA 5 part 1 exam again after the new book from Mark cade is available.

I will start preparing for part 2 and 3.
Is part 3 graded, or is it just used to verify that you have done the assignment yourself.

Happy holidays
 
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Congratulations!!

Part 3 is mainly based on Part 2. Part 2 will not be marked if Part 3 is not completed. The grade for SCEA 5 will only be a combined "(P)ass" or "(F)ail" for both Part 2 and 3.

A very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!!

Cheers!!
 
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Congratulation sugar ked
 
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Congrats
 
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Congrats!
 
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Congratulations!
 
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Congrats!!

Regards
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But, do you have studied all the pages of the two books you have indicated (Mark Cade's book and http://java.sun.com/javaee/5/docs/tutorial/doc/)?
Could you indicate me what chapters have you studied?
Thanks
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Daniele Zuco wrote:But, do you have studied all the pages of the two books you have indicated (Mark Cade's book and http://java.sun.com/javaee/5/docs/tutorial/doc/)?
Could you indicate me what chapters have you studied?
Thanks
dz



From Cade's book, I did not see any question on UML and protocol.
There were some very high level question about security (I think if you read summary at the end of security chapter, you will be
fine)

 
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