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Can I pass OCEJWCD EE6 Exam in less than 3 weeks preparation?

 
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I have been given a voucher from our office for a OCEJWCD EE6 examination just today and according to them, it will expire on March 24, 2015. What book should I read and what mock exams should I focus on to be able to make it?? please help!
 
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To me that sounds like an impossible task!

You can check the ScwcdLinks for more information.
 
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Patrick Andrei Tolentino wrote:I have been given a voucher from our office for a OCEJWCD EE6 examination just today and according to them, it will expire on March 24, 2015. What book should I read and what mock exams should I focus on to be able to make it?? please help!



It will be extremely hard, close to impossible. Off the top of my head:
1) Enthuware Mock Exam (based on previous experience with other exam exam - they are very helpful)
2) Head First Servlets & JSP 2nd Edition (NOTE: it's for previous version of specification, take a note of it...)
 
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Frits Walraven wrote:To me that sounds like an impossible task!

You can check the ScwcdLinks for more information.



I was shocked instead feeling grateful, because it's too risky! i studied OCPJP6 for 4 months because I am working already. but OCEJWCD in march 24? i dunno. But I'll let you know the results though. Beside, I didn't pay for it. I'd love to take my time and study it of course.... anyway, thank for the link bro
 
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Mikalai Zaikin wrote:

Patrick Andrei Tolentino wrote:I have been given a voucher from our office for a OCEJWCD EE6 examination just today and according to them, it will expire on March 24, 2015. What book should I read and what mock exams should I focus on to be able to make it?? please help!



It will be extremely hard, close to impossible. Off the top of my head:
1) Enthuware Mock Exam (based on previous experience with other exam exam - they are very helpful)
2) Head First Servlets & JSP 2nd Edition (NOTE: it's for previous version of specification, take a note of it...)





okay thank you, I'll target to try the exams 1 week before. thank you! i'll have to read approximately 50 pages a day. damn! I wanted to code what's in the HFSJ 2nd edition. I don't know..... well.. it's wild shot!
 
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Patrick,

Do you have any prior work experience in JSP/Servlet? How comfortable are you on these two?

Mikalai Zaikin wrote:

Patrick Andrei Tolentino wrote:I have been given a voucher from our office for a OCEJWCD EE6 examination just today and according to them, it will expire on March 24, 2015. What book should I read and what mock exams should I focus on to be able to make it?? please help!



It will be extremely hard, close to impossible. Off the top of my head:
1) Enthuware Mock Exam (based on previous experience with other exam exam - they are very helpful)
2) Head First Servlets & JSP 2nd Edition (NOTE: it's for previous version of specification, take a note of it...)



I see that you already got an advice above from MZ, one of the most trusted and reliable advisors on this forum. In addition, to the above two resources, I referred to "OCEJWCD Study Companion: Certified Expert Java EE 6 Web Component Developer (Oracle Exam 1Z0-899)" book for the newer topics NOT covered by Head First.

 
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