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Hi guys,

this was my study path
no previous experience with ejb
studied 2/3 months - 1/2h day

Ejb3 in action - read 3-4 times
Mikalai Zaikin's SCBCD 5.0 Guide - read 2-3 times
Enthuware 5 exams - I scored between 60% - 69%

the real exam is much easier then the Enthuware simulator, questions are not tricky and there's never a 'none of these' option.
Some question are very very similar to those you can find in the enthuware simulator because are directly taken from the spec.

regards


 
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Congrats !! time to celebrate

What's next ?
 
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Hey, congrats

Thanks for sharing the information about the exam preparation.

Kind Regards
Vasanthi
 
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Congrats !
 
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Marcos Serrano wrote:Congrats !! time to celebrate

What's next ?



what's next? I don't know..
Maybe Web Services 5 or Enterprise Architect EE5 Step 1
Any suggestion?
 
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Congratulations!

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Congratulations! good score!
 
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