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How toughness are the mocks ?

 
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Hi java Ranchers,
I would like to know which mocks questions toughness are nearly equal to real exam questions.
Here are some mocks that i would like to know ...
JPilotTest, INESystems' SCBCD Exam Simulator, Whizlabs SCBCD Exam Simulator, JDiscuss' mock exams.
is there any one good ?
Thx,
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Vinicius Boson Kairala
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Minas Gerais
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I bought Enthuware's EJB Plus mock exam and took the HF EJB final mock exams before I took the real test. Both were harder than the real exam. The day of the exam, I got 60/70 on an EJB Plus mock exam and then I ended up getting a 95% on the real exam. In my personal opinion, Whizlabs is a ripoff. The Enthuware mocks were about 1/4 the cost of the Whizlabs mocks and they were still good. I recommend studying Head First EJB like crazy though before taking the exam.
 
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The mock exams were MUCH harder for me than the actual exam, where I did quite well. I wouldn't stress too much if you're not doing quite as well on the mock exams than you would like.
[ March 09, 2004: Message edited by: Nathaniel Stoddard ]
 
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Thx for the answers .
I bought Kathy�s book. I�m anxious to receive it . hehehe ..
I bought it at Alibris 2 weeks ago with priority international shipment and until now it did not arrive.
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Hi Vinicius,
You can also judge the difficulty levels of commonly used mock exam by looking at the SCBCD Score Comparison page
 
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