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Meenal Mishra
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Hello, I want to purchase mock exam for SCBCD 5. I found a few commercial mocks demos. Here is my opinion from demos
Enthuware: Really Good. Tricky questions. Make you think. I like it.
Ucertify: Looks really good. Seems focus on exam.
Whizlabs: Cant say about this.

Anyone who already purchased these, please tell me their experience on these mocks.
 
Tushar Roy
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I used whizlab and it was OK....although it had few errors.......
 
Benoît de Chateauvieux
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Hi Meenal Mishra,

I use Enthuware and I'm very happy

The questions are goods and cover well the exam.
I encountered some errors but the support is very good (answers very clear in one day and updates of the question bank when an error is confirmed).

And I like the mock software too:
It has 5 mocks tests, practice tests, progress reports, etc.

But most of all, the support is excellent.

Hope it helps,

Beno�t
 
Sharma Tarun
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Hello Meenal.
I am using ucertify for my preparatrion. It is very good. There support is also very good. I found an error in a question, reported them and they told me that the error will be corrected within 24 hours. They kept their promise. I have used ucertify for my SCWCD preparation also. I can advice you for the same.
 
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