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scea cleared....

 
Anand Ko
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finished with my scea 5 with 67%. It was on my list for some time now. the exam was difficult than expected and lot of multiple choice question.
score is less that I wanted.. i am happy that i scored 4 sections with above 87% (one section with 100%) and other 4 sections around 50-55%.

materials i refered:
-scea book -paul
-j2ee 5 tutorial
-design patterns ( core & j2ee )
-EJB2.1 & 3.0 pdfs book

 
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Congratulations!

-Cameron McKenzie
 
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Congrats !
 
fulvia grignaschi
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congratulations! did you use some mock tests?
 
deepak adlakha
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Congrats !!! and all the best for part 2/3

can you please suggest Is JEE5 Tutorial is sufficient for web service / JSF ? or do we need refer some other material too.
 
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fulvia grignaschi wrote:congratulations! did you use some mock tests?


didn't use mock tests. i recommend to take a couple just to get know the format the questions are asked..
 
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deepak adlakha wrote:Congrats !!! and all the best for part 2/3

can you please suggest Is JEE5 Tutorial is sufficient for web service / JSF ? or do we need refer some other material too.


tutorial is sufficient. questions will be generic and no api based. so you need to know when, where and what to use?
 
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