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Lionel Orellana
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Since jdiscuss refused to work for the last week of my preparation I bought EJBPlus for some mock exams. I have to say I didn't like it. There were a lot of typos and writting errors. It annoyed the hell out of me that when you review the questions there is no explicit indication as to wether you got it right or wrong. You do see what the correct options are and what you selected, but I like simulators that explicitly put a message like "this is correct". But the worst part was that it actually counted some good answers as wrong!! You select exactly what they say the correct answer is but it comes up as wrong!

Having said that, the questions were VERY similar to the real thing, just a bit harder ... I got around 80% in all 4 EJBPlus exams and ended up with 94% in the real one ...
[ September 29, 2004: Message edited by: Lionel Orellana ]
 
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