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Ganesh Podaralla
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Hi,

I read the Head First SCWCD 1.4 book couple of times before. Now, I am preparing for the SCWCD 5 exam. Since I already read Head First SCWCD 1.4 already, I would like to know the added/modified/deleted topics from SCWCD 1.4 (First edition) to SCWCD 5 (Second Edition) so that I can just read them instead of trying to go through the whole SCWCD 5 book from scratch.

Also, what are the best mock exams/preparation guides available for SCWCD 5 on-line? This might have been asked by many users before.

Thanks for the help in Advance.

Thanks,
Ganesh
 
Keith Flo
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Ganesh,

Take a look at the SCWCD FAQ it has a link to the changes in the editions of the book ... personally I like Enthuware mocks but search here on JavaRanch and you'll lots of opinions on which is the best mock exams.
 
Keith Flo
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Ganesh,

Specifically questions two and three in the FAQ.
 
Frits Walraven
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Ganesh,

I have to agree with Keith about the Enthuware mock exams. They are not free but absolutely worth there money.
I have made a summary of the book by David Bridgewater and I have put it online in the rancher notes section
SCWCD Summary

You might want to have a look at it

Regards,
Frits
 
Ganesh Podaralla
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Thanks Keith..
 
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