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About SCWCD exam preparation

 
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Hi everyone,
I am planning to write SCWCD exam. Can you please tell me how much preparation required for this. And which mock exam suite is good. I read in the forum that the Whizlab kit is really easy compared to the real test questions.

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Ganesh
 
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Hi Ganesha

You can visit SCWCD FAQ page for your general SCWCD queries.
[ February 27, 2008: Message edited by: Neeraj Singhal ]
 
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Thanks for you reply. Can anyone tell me which mock exam suite is preferred.
 
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Whizlabs and Enthuware are the two popular ones.
 
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