The PrepKit contains multiple mock exams which will help you get a feel of the real exam. The questions are similar in style and toughness to what you will be getting in the exam. Taking the tests will help you identify the areas where you need to brush up your knowledge. For details of the PrepKit, please refer to this link. http://www.whizlabs.com/scjp/scjp-5.0-details.html
By 'test' mode, did you mean the 'learning' mode ? In the Learning Mode, you can tailor-make an exam, as per your needs. You can specify the time (in minutes) for which the exam you create should run. Further, you can choose to have adaptive or non-adaptive testing in the exam. As far as the exam questions are concerned, you can choose any one of the following options:
-A particular number of questions to be randomly selected from a pre-defined number of questions (This pre-defined number of questions is the same as the total of all the questions included in various practice exams.) -Questions that you have bookmarked. -Questions that you have answered incorrectly in the previous exams -Customized exam - You can specify the numbers of the three difficulty level - Beginner, intermediate, and Expert for each or a group of exam objectives
In the exam mode, the questions from the different objectives are distributed as you will find in the actual exam.
Yes, I mean "learning" mode, get mix up with other products.
sounds good it has "adaptive" capability.
my last concern:
Originally posted by Seema Manivannan:
In the exam mode, "the questions" from the different objectives are distributed as you will find in the actual exam.
"the questions" in your answer above, are they all the same as in learning mode?? If I spend more time in "learning" mode, chances are soon I will remember the questions/answers (memorize them by accident).