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WebSphere@whiz vs "only" 159

 
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To everyone who used WebSphere@whiz for
the 488 test.
I am going for the test anyway but I really
doubt that 159 questions can cover such a
comprehensive area WAS,JAVA,EJB etc.
Will it be best to use WebSphere@whiz in the beginning of my preparation for test or
just 1-2 weeks before the final test ?
 
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Yes, I am also wondering whether the simulator covers all the objectives of the test. Please verify the concern. Thanks.

Yingtang
 
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Hi,
Im using this software; infact i've used their other products as well for my other java certifications. It has covered all the objectives and if you have some knowledge 3 Tests are enough if not more than enough.
For TOM : I advice you to not start with your preparation with a product. Hopefully you would have given the IBM's mock exam which would have given you the indication of how much efforts are needed by you.
Wish you good luck and you wish me too
rony
 
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Thanx Rony !
I consider to buy foolowing books:
I suppose they are mandatory:
Enterprise JavaBeans,2nd Edition: O'Reilly
Java Enterprise Programming with IBM Websphere:
Addison Wesley
 
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