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CertifyFirst SCDJWS Mock Exam

 
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Hey Rancher,

Did anyone ever use CertifyFirst SCDJWS Mock Exam?
http://certifyfirst.com/scdjws.html
 
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never heard. best bet is whizlab, sun and mikalai zaikin

because you can 'relate' your scores to people who already passed exams, and published their scores, both real and mock, in this website
 
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xyzws.com is also nice. its free. but i havent found anyone post their mock scores here, when i was preparing.
 
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Whizlab is expensive.I don't understand why 3 mock exams cost as much as $89.

Originally posted by Jesus Angeles:
never heard. best bet is whizlab, sun and mikalai zaikin

because you can 'relate' your scores to people who already passed exams, and published their scores, both real and mock, in this website

 
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Originally posted by ruijin yang:
Whizlab is expensive. I don't understand why 3 mock exams cost as much as $89.


A failed exam costs $150. Apparently you�ve never looked at Transcender�s Java Certification Simulators - they are $129 a piece. There are other less expensive simulators - you don't have to choose Whizlab. You could also choose not to do any mocks if you feel that your preparation is sufficient.

I.M.H.O. preparations for passing the exam
 
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Guys
Don't even think about the CertifyFirst guide. Its a joke. I paid for it and within a few minutes realized I'd been taken for a ride.

The final 30 pages of this book aren't even related to Web Services.
 
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