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Passed OCEJWCD(1z0-899)

 
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Hello fellow ranchers,

Yesterday I passed the OCEJWCD ( JEE6) with 84% and I would like to share my experience with everyone here.

1. Firstly I would like to thank all fellow ranchers for helping and clearing out lots of my doubts.
2.It took me around 3 months to complete the exam because i was not working on the development project .I used to do small coding at home. I would like to give advice to everyone preparing for the exam that try to write small codes yourself to understand the concepts.

3. Books and reading material :
(i) I read the Head First Servlet and JSP thoroughly and completed all the exercises given.
(ii) Servelt3.0 specifications. This is very important ! Read it thoroughly ! Especially about servlet security and dynamic registration and section 2.3.3.3: Asynchronous Processing, chapter 8: Annotations and Pluggability, Section 13.4.1 @ServletSecurity annotation and methods of HtppServletRequest,Servlet Request,HttpServletResponse,Servlet Response and servlet context and request dispatcher given in the specification.

4. Practice Exams :
(i) Enthuware mock exams are really very good. If you want to learn and have clear concept , this the best mock exams to go through.Spending money on this is totally worth. i bought it after advice from a fellow rancher.
(ii) Piotr's Mock exams(exam.piotrnowicki.com/viewQuestion.xhtml) are also very good.

6.http://enrichjava.blogspot.in/2011/12/scwcd-questions-41-50.html.

Please go through 260 questions mentioned in this blog also .They are really nice.


5. The actual exam is not that much difficult , so if you are scoring about more than 80% in the mock exams , then you are good to go .

Once again thanks a lot and good luck for preparation everyone
 
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Congratulations Suresh KumarPandey
 
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