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Sun’s SCWCD Practice Exam

 
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I was wondering if anyone had paid to take Sun’s SCWCD practice exam? All anyone talks about with respect to commercial exams are JWebPlus and SCWCD@Wizz. If so, does anyone know how the questions compare to the real thing? The university I work for has paid for this test and I’m currently half way through the 250-ish questions. I’m quite happy with my progress and, therefore, half tempted to bring forward my exam (booked for four weeks’ time). However, I only want to do this if I know that Sun’s practice exam is like the real thing and I have a fair chance of passing.
Many thanks,
Pete.
 
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JWebPlus is $35 and I am very happy with it. It's got 5 standard tests and lots of options for configuring others...
 
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Hi, I used Sun's mock tests. Questions there are easier then on the real exam. Study Servlets 2.3 and JSP 1.2 specs. Try other mock exams. One month of preparation should be enough.
Pavao,
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Thanks Pavao,
I suspected it was, but hoped it wasn’t – if you know what I mean. I’ll get to find out how good I am in five days time anyway!
 
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