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bahaw kaning lamig

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Congrats Jeremy!

Thanks for sharing your experience.

Cheers,
bahaw

Originally posted by Chengwei Lee:


Frankly speaking, just do the final mock exam once. But make sure you're ready before you do it.

Ask yourself if you don't have the luxury of the final mock exam, will you still take the actual exam? If yes, then you should take the mock, see if you can pass, check out your mistakes, read the specifications/DTD/HFEJB for areas that need reinforcing, and go for the actual test.

Don't keep doing the mock exam, as you had said it, you might end up memorising the answers hoping that some would come up in the actual. That entirely defeats the purpose of a certification.




Cool! Thanks for the reply.

All the best,
bahaw
Hi,

Like how many times have you taken the HF final mock exam before you got such score? Was thinking of taking it, but might memorize the questions/answers. Can you share your experience on this?

cheers,
bahaw
Hi,

How many times have you taken the HF final mock exam? Was thinking of taking it now but I might be able to memorize the questions/answers. Can you share your experience on this.

Cheers,
bahaw
Cool! Congrats again.

Cheers,
bahaw
15 years ago
Congrats!

Cheers,
bahaw
[ April 07, 2005: Message edited by: bahaw kaning lamig ]
15 years ago
Gemini, all,

Have you had previous EJB coding experience (even following the samples from HFEJB) prior to taking the exam? Did it helped you?

Cheers,
bahaw
15 years ago
I am currently having trouble with classpaths when compiling servlets.
First, when i tried setting up my classpath and pointing it to j2ee.jar (that's using SET CLASSPATH= j2ee directory plus j2ee.jar), here's what happens.
1. I can compile servlets
2. but i cannot compile ordinary classes anymore.
When i remove the CLASSPATH, here's what i get,
1. I cannot compile servlets anymore coz it looking for the javax.* library
2. BUT I CAN NOW compile ordinary classes.
Any feedback re: my problem would be appreciated. Thanks!
bahaw
17 years ago