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Passed SCJP 5.0, require help for SCWCD

 
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Hello Everyone,
I have passed SCJP 5.0 in may-09 with unsatisfactory score of just 80% . i was thinking of giving the re-exam to improvise in the scores. but one of my senior told me that the re-exam wont make any sence as i will be still considered as a Sun Csertified Java Programmer even if i get improvised in my marks.
So i have decided to move forward to give SCWCD exam, i was preparing from one of the black book by Mr. Santosh Kumar,i completed with that book and it was having tremendous concepts that have improved my hands on JSP's and Servlets. now i want to dedicate some more time for SCWCD exam and want to have better score in it.
So i request you to please help me for the preparation of this exam, from now how can i prepare and what to prepare,i would probably giving the exam by 22nd of december-09. so please help me in knowing the syllabus and on what points i should focus more and all that could help me to get good score...
Thanking you all in advance..as i know you will definintely help me...
Thanks
 
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First of all Congrats for passing SCJP
Do not feel sad about score..80 is a good score....
Checkout the ScwcdLinks (http://faq.javaranch.com/java/ScwcdLinks) and ScwcdFaq (http://faq.javaranch.com/java/ScwcdFaq) for details around prepartation for SCWCD
SCWCD course - http://in.sun.com/training/catalog/courses/CX-310-083.xml
Best of luck for SCWCD exam

~ Abhay
 
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Congrats for the SCJP!
 
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Congrats
your senior is right ,better focus on SCWCD and good luck.
 
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Congrats and keep up the good work
 
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Congrats!
 
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Congrats
 
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Thanks to all of you....
Your kind words would definitely help me to gain my confidence back...
as you have suggested i have taken up the head first servlets & Jsp, its quite interesting to read and getting some what confidence for my next exam.

thanks to you all once again...
if i get ny problems will be right back to you guys...

take care
 
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HFJS is the book i used for the exam. Whizlabs mocks helped also. However some of their mock exams had the same questions as the objective tests ...
 
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Congrats
 
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