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IBM 486 whizlabs vs. magnet mocker

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Hi friends,
I am planning to appear for IBM 486 this months end.
Have gone through the 2 books UML distilled and applying UML and Patterns.

These days I am going through the mocks,I have also purchased whizlabs simulator.
What i found was there was a huge differnce in the difficulty level of questions in whizlabs and magnet mocker.
Whizlabs appears too difficult and magnet mocker appears too easy.

Can anybody suggest the level of difficulty for the actual exam,is it somewhere between these two.Did anybody else feel the same.

I really can not make out if I am ready to give the exam or not.

Thanks in advance.
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