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SCWCD Exam Simulator

 
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Hello All,
I am planning to take the SCWCD exam in a week's time and I am looking to get an exam simulator for my preparation.
I have come across 3 simulators offered by whizlabs, certgear and enthuware and I am in 2 minds on which one to choose.
Could someone have any recommendations?

Thanks,
SG
 
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Hi,

of the 3 whizlab scores 10 for me, it is expensive but is worth every penny. certgear and enthuware comes second, but as a matter of opinion, i tried enthuware and it is close to the real exam.
[ September 14, 2005: Message edited by: Rollyn Moises ]
 
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Hi,

can register in j2eecertificate.com. its good and helpful
 
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