Today I would like to comment a little about my trajectory until the approval of the 3 main steps to obtain the Java EE 6 Enterprise Architect Certified Master OCMJEA (part 1 1Z0-807, part 2 1Z0-865 and part 3 1Z0-866).
In November of last year I was tested in the first stage OCMJEA part 1 (1Z0-807) with 81% of profit and, this week, finally, after 12 days of waiting I was surprised with the result of the examination of steps OCMJEA part 2 (1Z0 -865) and OCMJEA part 3 (1Z0-866). I was very happy because I was approved with note 148.
I have been a developer for 5 years and have always had a pre-disposition to enhance my skills related to building and maintaining system architectures.
Here is a brief summary of my study schedule:
part 1 (1Z0-807) 5/1/2018 to 11/11/2018: I studied for 6 months and used the following material:
-SCEA Sun Certified Enterprise Architect for Java EE Study Guide (Exam 310-051) [Allen & Bambara 2007-07-12]
-OCM Java® EE 6 Enterprise Architect Exam Guide
-Enterprise JavaBeans 3.1
-https: //www.whizlabs.com/ (after reading the books I started an exhaustive period of solving practical questions and at the moment the documentation provided by oracle helped me a lot).
part 2 (1Z0-865) 1/10/2019 to 4/6/2019: The solution developed was Quick Computer and I developed it in a simple and intuitive way. My biggest difficulty was not fully mastering the UML laws. I have used the following material for the best understanding of UML:
-Learning UML 2.0 "by Miles, Russ
The topics published by Donald Bell have helped me a lot in understanding the diagrams.
part 3 (1Z0-866) 04/10/2019 to 4/20/2019: I performed the step two weeks after submitting the project and used as a basis the questions provided by the OCM Java® EE 6 Enterprise Architect Exam Guide.
I was very happy with the result and I affirm that I gained a lot of knowledge during the process of preparation for the steps of this certification.
I would like to thank the support given to me by Caio Bessa.
In my trajectory i also used the mock provided by SCEA Sun Certified Enterprise Architect for Java EE Study Guide (Total Tester) and i think the Documentation provided by oracle also helped me very much to accomplish this step.
posted 11 months ago
Thank you for the reply.
I am currently practicing with Whizlab simulator. Is real exam similar to Whizlab? Do you have any suggestion on taking real exam after how much average score of Whizlab simulator? Could you please share your average score for Whizlab test or score for all the mock test? This will give me a clear picture of my readiness and confidence to take exam. I am scoring from 78% to 85% in the mock exam in the first attempt.
Congratulations on your achievement.
I pass step 1 and now I'm getting ready to step 2 (1Z0-865).
Some questione for you:
- CLASS DIAGRAM
must it be as detailed as possible (also show EJB, JPA, JMS etc ...) or should we just show the detail of the business model proposed in the assessment?
- COMPONENT DIAGRAM
I created one component very high level without EJB or artifact (like JSF): for your experience could it be seen as a mistake? should I integrate all the components used?
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