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Kapil Whiz - If I want to pass - Mock Comparison

 
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If I want not just to pass the exam but to crack it (meaninig to get a higher score) do you think J@Whiz is for me ?
After reading a good certification book, I believe some hard mocks will definitely fix the knowledge.
Making a comparison between the professional test engines available (from what I know):
J@Whiz
JCertify 4.0
Sybex Virtual Test Center
the points I have to take into consideration are related to price, number of questions, toughness of tests, and the way that answers are explained (degree of detail).
Do you think of other criteria that should be also included ?
What are your strong areas ?
What I look for is a test where if I get - let's say 88%, I shouldn't get less than this score on the real exam.
 
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Well, I didn't mention JQPlus and Marcus Green( I've heard good things about this one too).
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What I look for is a test where if I get - let's say 88%, I shouldn't get less than this score on the real exam
Salamina you have to remember that NO mock exam can guarantee that you will pass. They can only help you highlight the areas you know well and others for which you have to study a bit more for.
They are no miracle workers. Yes you can Study their questions like a parrot and get very lucky and pass. But the only sure way of passing is to study and Understand you work.
Having said that mock exams are a Fantastic "study-aid" and should form part of your studies.
Good luck
[This message has been edited by Johannes de Jong (edited October 10, 2001).]
 
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