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Anyone try this simulator before?

 
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Hi All,

May I know anyone try this before?

http://www.certgear.com/products/info/scdjws.htm

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Oh well, another exam simulator for this exam... Yet we need an exam specific book to tackle it easily...

Let's wait for Max's SCWSD Exam Guide Book till March...
 
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I am considering it even though I have purchased several Whizlabs simulators. Whizlabs simulator has only 3 moch exams. Their model of buy now and we'll give you the rest of the questions when were done is getting tiresome. Unfortunately, there are few alternatives at the moment.
 
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I have used Whizlabs WCD simulator.
Though it did clear many doubts and made me more confident, only two of the questions were similar to the ones in the exam.

Do not expect whizlabs sim to match the exam questions like the testking PDF's do.
 
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Brian,
Their model of buy now and we'll give you the rest of the questions when were done is getting tiresome.
From what I know, people asked for that model because they are very impatient by nature.

Unfortunately, there are few alternatives at the moment.
And you know why?? Because coming up with mock exams featuring high-quality questions and explanations is not as easy as sipping a beer in a La-Z-boy sofa. There won't be any more alternatives than there are now... How many viable operating system alternatives do you have?

John,
Though it did clear many doubts and made me more confident, only two of the questions were similar to the ones in the exam.
One of the main goals of Whizlabs' mock exams is neither to perfectly match Sun's exam questions nor to come up with similar questions, but more to test how well you learnt the matter. At the end of the day, what you want to know is how well you master the objectives and not to be able to determine whether Whizlabs' questions have the same layout as Sun's ones...
 
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Hi Winston,

The trail link at http://www.certgear.com/products/info/scdjws.htm is not working. Can you please clarify ?


Thanks & Regards,
 
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Originally posted by RR Kumaran:
The trail link at http://www.certgear.com/products/info/scdjws.htm is not working. Can you please clarify ?



Mr.Kumaran, it's still in "Coming Soon!" stage. So I guess you need to wait for a certain period for them to finish up the product.

In addition, the free questions link is also not working.
 
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Valentin,

Do you know when the rest of the Whizlabs simulator will be available?
 
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According to my sources it shouldn't be long
 
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Hi Valentin,

I also purchased SCDJWS simulator from Whizlabs, it has totally only 3 mock tests. From so many( & many) months I am eagerly looking for it's full version with 5 tests.

Thanks for your info, but you mentioned as it will be soon, but how much time(aproximately) it takes to Whizlabs to release it's full version? can you please help by providing some details as per your source.

Thanks,
George
 
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I also purchased SCDJWS simulator from Whizlabs, it has totally only 3 mock tests. From so many( & many) months I am eagerly looking for it's full version with 5 tests.

The three exams you have are the three I have authored. I know for sure that the other author is currently almost over his assignment. So I guess, things should not be that long.

Thanks for your info, but you mentioned as it will be soon, but how much time(aproximately) it takes to Whizlabs to release it's full version? can you please help by providing some details as per your source.

I don't have that information and even if I did it would not be my responsibility to divulgue it. Better wait for some Whizlabs representative to pitch in
 
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