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which simulator is best for scbcd (whizlabs or softlearn-systems or IEsystems)

 
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hi
I am going to buy the simulator for scbcd ... plz if any one have idea for these simulators because i have never ever used any of the simulator from whizlabs or softlearn or IEsystem .
I believe that enthuwares software are best of all as i have used there softwares for scjp and scwcd but now they are not planning for scbcd ....
so plz plz plz help me making decision , I have contacted whizlabs peoples as well as I have had few emails from softlearn sys . but i have not tried the soft-learn trial ver:.
One thing more that i used whizlabs software and IEsytem trial there was lot of difference in type of question in whizlabs and IEsystem .... whiz quesitions was based on theory and IEsytem question was based on code ...
Plz help me
Kamal Khan
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Hi
You can download the trial version of softSCBCD from:
http://www.softlearn-systems.com/try/softSCBCDTrial.zip
The actual exam contains both code based and theoretical questions and we have tried to keep a proper proportion of both types of questions in softSCBCD which is evident from the trial version itself.
thank you
SoftLearn Systems
 
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I've used whizlab for scjp and they worked very well, I don't know about scbcd tho
 
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whizlab is good, I used it and passed with 82%.
I use the following things to prepare SCBCD:
1. Enterprise JavaBeans (O'Reilly)
2. EJB2.0 specification (download form java.sun.com)
3. Whizlab
 
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