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No limits to 'rules to remember' (MZ's notes)

 
Niranjan Deshpande
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Hi all,

Yes, they says if you know the concept, you do not need to memorize.

But, every page of the study material (e.g. MZ's notes) has so many rules - do / don'ts, allowed / not allowed etc.

I feel with every page turned in the MZ's notes.

The SCWCD MZ's notes were a nice zipped up copy of the HFSJ.
 
Hong Anderson
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Well, if you notice, almost rules are consistency, and if you know the idea behinds the rules, you shouldn't have problem to tell if something is allowed or not.

You should understand the reason behind every rule, not just memorize it, MZ's SCBCD 5 Study Guide also provide explanations.
 
Remko Strating
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Just use the EJB's and you learn and discover the concepts. This will make the study easier and more fun and you don't have to remember.

I have read the MZ notes also and I had the same impression then you what a theory. Do I have to remember all that. I stop

But now I use it as a reference guide and it's going to be a lot easier.

 
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Makes sense..

I believe the real exam has 10-15% questions straight from the specs. This is my estimate.

Has any one any idea?
 
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I must say MZ's notes are life saviour! Thanks MZ!

They are painful to begin with, but slowly you get used to the 'specy' content!

Its always better to read the MZ's notes instead of the specs. The notes mirror the specs, in less number or pages, and seggregate them as per each exam objectives.

I particualry like the section on relationships. They are perfectly explained.

Caution: You should have had readquite a good books before you hold the MZ's notes.

What else do you want?

Thanks MZ!
 
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