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how realistic is ejbCertificate.com?

 
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Hi,

I am using www.ejbCertificate.com to prepare for the SCBCD component exam and I was wondering if anyone could tell me how it compares to the real exam in terms of difficulty and content (and how similar are the questions).

If I am able to get around 80% with ejbCertificate.com, do you think I have a good chance of passing the real exam?

Thanks
 
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Hi Paul

The questions in ejbcertificate.com are similar to the real exam. However, as ejbcertificate.com does not tell you how many answers to select, but the real exam does, I found that real exam is easier. When I did mock exams in ejbcertificate.com, I got about 80%, but I got 91% for real exam.

However, I have some doubts about a few answers given in their mock exam. Some of them are discussed in this forum.

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