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I'm approaching the last few weeks before I take the exam and have decided to purchase a mock exam. I've been using Ejbcertificate and Jdisuss up until now, but feel I might be becoming too familiar with the questions.

Looking at the commerical mock exams available only softSCBCD and Euthuware's exams are in my price range. Has anybody had any experience with these exams and which would they recommend? Are there any other exam sites out there? Whizzlab's is too far out of what I can afford for this exam.

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I have used Enthurware's simulator. It's not bad, particularly because it can generate random tests with a user-defined number of questions. However, its database of questions is limited as well, and therefore it didn't take long before I started remembering the answers, especially for the more difficult questions. Also, I think I encountered some weird question/answer combinations. I think I remember that in one question you were supposed to mark an MDB-constructor with arguments as correct even though it doesn't make sense. And the explanation stated that indeed this was useless, but not forbidden...
 
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I used Enthuware's EJB+. You may consider it as it is cheap with a good quality. You might also consider Whizlabs or softSCBCD.

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Thanks guys.

I think I'll give Euthware a go and see what its like. Still a bit rusty in certain areas, so hopefully the mock exams will help me to iron them
 
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