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Passed SCEA 5 all parts

 
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Hip Hip Hurray,

Received mail from Oracle today that i have passed Oracle Certified Master, Java EE 5 Enterprise Architect certification. Now i am among the elite 1%(as per Oracle) of certified Java Enterprise Architect. Thanks all here for your help and guidance.
Mail doesnt show the scores though.

Ajay
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Ajay,
Congrats!!!
How long the entire evaluation process took for you? I have also submitted my assignment and took part 3 ten days back.

Also everybody in the forum would like to know about your part2 and part3 preparation and approach-please share with us.
 
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Thanks Ashutosh,

I gave part 3 on 1March and mailed my assignment the same today, and got the result today. I downloaded my assignment in Feb 1 week, so it took me less than a months time to finish off both.
As per preparation goes, i have very good on job experience of designing applications based on java, j2ee platform so that was a big help, apart from that Cade's book was big help.

In other news i checked sun certification database, and it only shows my status as passed but doesnt show the scores. Can anyone tell how can i get my scores.


Ajay
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Ajay,
There are no scores. It is only grades "P" or "F". I think they stopped giving marks any more.
Good that you got it so fast.
 
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Ajay Singh Rathore wrote:Hip Hip Hurray,

Received mail from Oracle today that i have passed Oracle Certified Master, Java EE 5 Enterprise Architect certification. Now i am among the elite 1%(as per Oracle) of certified Java Enterprise Architect. Thanks all here for your help and guidance.
Mail doesnt show the scores though.

Ajay
SCJP, SCDJWS, SCEA/OCMJEA



Congratulations!
What is that 1% meaning? Is 1% from what?

Thanks
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1% of certified Java professionals
 
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Congratulation! javascript:emoticon('');
 
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Congrats!
 
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congs..
 
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