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scdjws exam questions

 
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I stumbled upon this earlier today: http://www.certgear.com/products/vendor/java_frame.html

I was tempted to download the trial, but didn't as I am currently working on IBM 486, slowly starting on scea part1, and don't need any distractions. I have already purchased several texts for scdjws and look forward to reading them soon. (i also look forward to adding Head First JWS to my HF collection, hint, hint

I have purchased several Whizlabs products (scjp upgrade, scwcd upgrade, scbcd, scea, ibm 484/486/287) and have been very satisfied. But, I am disappointed that they have pushed back the release of their scdjws simulator (hopefully soon?). I am also disappointed to see that sun hasn't released a web based practice exam yet (it was suppose to be ready by december, hopefully soon).

I have no financial interest in certgear. I am someone who has been a quiet visitor for several months, has found this site to be extremely helpful, and hope that the above link may be of use to someone that is taking the test soon.

good luck,
Brian
 
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I have purchased several Whizlabs products (scjp upgrade, scwcd upgrade, scbcd, scea, ibm 484/486/287) and have been very satisfied. But, I am disappointed that they have pushed back the release of their scdjws simulator (hopefully soon?).

It is currently baking and will soon be out of the oven Stay tuned...
 
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Looking forward to it.

I have always been pleased with the quality of Whizlabs products.

 
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