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Cleared SCDJWS Exam with 89%

 
sumitha arjunan
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Hi Frineds,

I have cleared the exam with 89%. It is completely on theoritical part only except some drag and drop coding.
I followed RMH, MZ guide(brilliant effort).

Thanks to all ranchers, even though i havent posted any questions i learnt a lot by watching the forum daily.
Special thanks to MZ for the wonderful guide.

Regards,
Sumitha
 
Hong Anderson
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Congrats
 
Mikalai Zaikin
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Hey ! Congratulations !

Thanks for the kind words.

I am glad my SCDJWS guide helped.

best regards,
MZ
 
Remko Strating
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Congrats. A good job



I hope the new version will be less theoretical
 
sumitha arjunan
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Hi Friends,

Thanks for your wishes. I am bit confused about my next move.
Actually I have got three years hands on experience in Java/J2EE.
I am not sure about that i am ready for SCEA?

Kindly help me out.

Thanks,
SumtihaSudhakar
 
Remko Strating
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Congrats .....

Join the club. So the new exam is still theoretical.

 
sandeep yel
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Congrats

Approximately how much time did you took for preparation?

Can you share your study experience with us - like how did you prepare for exam?


Thanks in advance
- Sandeep
 
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