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Hi,
I will probably be appearing for the exam next week. I need some help form people who have appeared for the exam. Can anybody please tell me how difficult or easy the actual exam is compared to the following :
1. Marcus Green's.
2. Test at the end of Bill Brogden's Exam Cram book (chapter 15).
3. Questions at Jaworski site.
4. Questions from Test Engine of RHE book.
I believe the comparison will help me to assess my readiness for the exam ( I can postpone if I don't feel I am ready).
Thanks
Milind
 
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I havn't taken the exam but I can still guarantee you that its much harder than the RHE questions.
RHE is the easiest test you'll see.
You're lucky if you get 20 questions as easy as the hardest questions on the RHE.
 
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