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Hi!
Can any of you please tell me how to download applets from sites? I require this to download some mock exams and do the test offline, and presently, I am not able to download these applets. Your valuable help in this regard would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance,
Aparna
 
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CAn You please tell me the sites for mock exam.
 
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Hi Arpana,
If the mock is an Applet, the minute you start it the Applet is loaded in your machines memory; you can then go off-line to complete the exam. This works for Jamie Jaworski's and Khalids exams. I do not know how to d/l them directly unless the author provides a specific d/l link although you could try checking your cache files; may be stored in one of them.
Rakesh, here's a list of the mocks
Hope that helps.
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