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Cleared SCBCD 5.0 with 100%

 
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Finally i touch the magic number 100... last time i missed by one but not this time...

and this is how i got the magic number...

EJB 3 in Action
Mikalai Zaikin`s "SCBCD 5.0 Study guide" (Awesome... it helps me alot... thanks Milkalai )
Enthuware EJBPlus V5 Simulator

I`ve started preparation for this exam exactly two months ago, I don't have any earlier knowledge or experience with EJB 3 and there is no head first series book on this . I`ve spent plenty of time searching topics in this forum to find out which is better - and finally i convinced to go with "Ejb 3 in Action". Even though this book is kind of introductory book, but for me it work well.It helps me alot to understand all EJB concepts so i can dive into them without confusion. As per me this is a good book for people (like me) new to the EJB 3.0, it may not be enough for the exam, but gives good understanding of things.

So, even after reading EJB 3 in Action i feel something is missing for the exam and this missing thing was Mikalai Zaikin`s "SCBCD 5.0 Study guide" . This guide perfectly fill the missing part of my preparation. I feel this guide is point to point and i would prefer - read this when you are done with EJB 3 in Action. I used this guide to revise my all concepts and it help me to memorizing them. After reading Mikalai`s guide I`ve tried Enthuware tests. The style of questions are very similar with real exam. I feel its little tough then the real exam. But it's good to try before exam. finally i would say if you are pretty clear with the small and basic things you will score well.


 
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Congrats and keep applying what you had learnt

Good to see that you are living by your motto.
 
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Thanks buddy...
 
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Congrats Nitin Singh Sodha !!

A Perfect Score ... Great !

Did you take both the exams on the same day i.e SCWCD and SCBCD ??

 
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Thats Great....!!!
 
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Wow Perfect Score!! Congrats
 
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Congrats on your perfect score
 
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Nice score!

-Cameron McKenzie
 
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