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Passed OCMJEA Part 1

 
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Hi Everyone,

Sorry to post this late, but very glad to announce that I 've passed OCMJEA 5 Part 1 exam. Will start prep for Part 2 now. Can someone please throw some pointers on part2 and part3 exams?
I had purchased whizlabs practice tests just day before exam and found it to be useful. But don't rely on it completely as the actual exam is way tough.

Here are my prep materials for the exam:
-Mark Cade book
-JEE 5 tutorial
-Mikalai Zaikin security & design patterns notes (really good, thanks to MZ!)

I had bought design patterns books for GOF & J2EE but never read that as I found it very boring.
Thanks everyone for posting their questions/comments/suggestions and good luck for OCMJEA exam aspirants!!

I'm convinced that this exam definitely helps anyone to put in their first step in the ocean of architecture.

-Sachin
 
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Congrats on passing part 1.

Since you are doing v5, do note that OCMJEA5 track is retiring on Mar 1 2016.

 
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Thanks K. Tsang for the update.
 
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