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passed the test! Mikalai Zaikin's mock test and guide REALLY helped. Many thanks to Mikalai!
though my score was below an 80%, I was satisfied that it was far enough above the minimum that the studying paid off.
the test itself was "lazy", i.e. not as terse or concise as Mikalai's.

so again, many thanks Mikalai and good luck everybody!

e.j. fuhr


 
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E. J. Fuhr wrote:
passed the test! Mikalai Zaikin's mock test and guide REALLY helped. Many thanks to Mikalai!
though my score was below an 80%, I was satisfied that it was far enough above the minimum that the studying paid off.
the test itself was "lazy", i.e. not as terse or concise as Mikalai's.
so again, many thanks Mikalai and good luck everybody!
e.j. fuhr



Wow ! Congratulations !!! E.J., you're the best

Best regards,
MZ
 
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Hi,

can you please explain me your mode of preparation to this exam.
I am really confused. I finished XML, SOAP, WSDL from RHM book. Now I confused which book I need to refer for next chapters.
Please can anybody suggest good book to 'learn' the remaining chapters.

Thanks,
Krishna.
 
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go here http://faq.javaranch.com/java/ScdjwsLinks
and get local copy of Ivan Krizsan's exam objectives PDF
[http://faq.javaranch.com/content/Exam-Objectives-5.pdf]

then get Mikails's mock test with the answers
 
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