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Need advice regarding preparation

 
Santhi Bharath
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Hi Ranchers,

I need your kind advice to culminate my preparation......I have been preparing for SCWCD for last 3 months......till now my preparation went like this....

HFSJ 2nd edition -- 3-4 times
Servlet 2.4 specs -- 2 times
API -- I can remember the methods,signatures,functionality of the methods,design of the packages for the following
classes
javax.servlet.Servlet
javax.servlet.GenericServlet
javax.servlet.ServletRequest
javax.servlet.ServletResponse
javax.servlet.http.HttpServletRequest
javax.servlet.http.HttpServletResponse

JSP 2.0 specs -- I read some selected topics in the JSP specs....those are as follows....EL,Tagfiles,selected standard
actions,JSPDocuments(I found charles lyons books useful for JSP documents)...

JSTL 1.0 -- core tags...1 time


Now I am wondering about....is it enough for the exam....I dont have enough resources for the mock exams except HFSJ (1st & 2nd) editions mock exams.......Could you please instruct me what else should I read and do for a high score in the exam ....I
have one more week to go........
 
Christophe Verré
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is it enough for the exam....

I don't think the problem is how many times your read things, but how well you assimilated them. Apart from that, did you make samples of what you've studied ?

Could you please instruct me what else should I read and do for a high score in the exam

Did you consider buying some commercial mocks ?
 
Vijitha Kumara
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Santhi Bharath wrote: I dont have enough resources for the mock exams except HFSJ (1st & 2nd) editions mock exams.....


How about the free mocks available in ScwcdLinks
 
Harvinder Thakur
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If you are aiming for a 100% then may be yes. may be no. If you're aiming for 95%+ then it is more than sufficient. Infact the real exam is very simple. believe me. may be you should think of not overdoing it. Just relax and be prepared mentally. You'll definitely get a near 100% if not 100%.

PS: it would also depend on how much prior hands-on experience you have in jsp/servlets.
 
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