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Whiz Labs Mock Exam - worth buying

 
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Hi all,
I have studied the various notes and comments posted on this forum for about 3 weeks now and am considering purchasing the Whiz Labs mock exam simulator.
I used Whiz Labs to help me pass the SCWCD exam and it was excellent.
Does anyone have any opinion on whether the architect version is as useful, or are the free exams adequate preparation?
Any feedback gratefully received,
Julia
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I found the mock tests from WhizLab pretty useful.
They have quite a lot scenario questions.
Debanjana
 
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I think free exams are good enough...
I have not seen any correlation between ppl who opt for whiz labs and those who get good scores..
 
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I highly recommend the Whiz Labs mock exam - it did have a few annoying features but overall it was well worth buying.
Gus
 
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I personally did not buy the WhizLab because I think it's too expensive. But I tried out the trail version, the questions are very similar to the real exam. I think the WhizLab will definitely help in clearing Part I because it gives you many more examples to study if you are OK with the price.
 
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If you are interested you can see the review of whizlab product below
http://www.whizlabs.com/testimonials/testimonials.html
 
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Hi!
You guys always say whizlab is pretty useful and very good. Can you guys point out how good or useful it is?
Thanks
Benson
 
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Julia I would definatly recommend investing in Whizlabs. I think they have more than 250 questions with explanations. My personal experience is really good..
 
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For anyone who has worked in a medium to small org , where you play multiple roles the SCEA Part 1 ,will not require expensive training material , check out the yahoo user groups where some of our pears have posted question .
In case after you use those you are still not confident then use the course .In a large org , you are usually assigned to a focused role , so you would need to compensate (bad spelling)the lack of breath in exposure .
This exam is all about being a Jack of all trades !!!
 
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K.P.,
Can you post the url where I can access the questions posted by others ?
Thanks
 
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http://groups.yahoo.com/group/scea_j2ee/files/
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/scea_prep/files/
 
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