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Need help in preparing for (1Z0-897) Java EE 6 Web Services Developer Certified Expert Exam.

 
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I have scheduled for taking up 1Z0-897 - Java EE 6 Web Services Developer Certified Expert Exam on July 21, so not many days left for me to prepare can any one suggest the best resource for me to crack this exam with scores above 90%. Need your help to prepare for Java EE 6 Web Services Developer Certified Expert Exam.

Thanks, In advance.
 
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Sanjeev,
Welcome to CodeRanch!

I hope you've already started studying. Two weeks isn't long to get ready for a certification unless you are already extremely well versed on the topic.

Our Links page suggests a study guide and mock exams you can pay for.
 
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Also, passing is 60%. Nobody sees your score but you. So it isn't really necessary to get above 90%.
 
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Hi, Sanjeev.
I finished this exam in May. It has 55 questions and the passing score is 65%.

In general, it takes people at least 3-4 months to prepare for this exam. I highly recommend you to read the books from the FAQ link and practice with Enthuware and EPractice Lab.
Try your best to read most of our recent discussions on this forum. People are all giving you hints about the real exam.
 
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