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Hi All,

I have done with my SCJP & SCWCD Exam. Now i am preparaing for SCBCD5. Please can any one guide me which book is good for SCBCD5??

Please let me know what are the books & test needs to be prepared for SCBCD5.

Thanks a lot.

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Jaydeep Sapariya
 
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You'll find recommended material in the ScbcdLinks.
 
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thanks a lot Christophe Verré .

Here i have also one more question is that do i need to gone thru all these tests for practice? i mean i have to gone thru all the software like wizlab,enthuware etc. or any one is enough for pratice,otherwise i have to take license of all the software.

really, your last reply help me a lot. thanks a lot

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Jaydeep Sapariya

 
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The more you do, the better, but I think that one is enough. I used Enthuware's simulator, and I recommend it.
 
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