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Hi guys...

I would like to practise a little bit more, I made de exercises from K&B book, MasterExam, WhizLabs and my question is :
Is there any other program simulator to download ?

Thanks a lot !!!

Leandro
 
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If you want mock exams have a look at the links on my signature
 
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I think if you have done all the above, including John's, you are pretty much all set.
If you want more, you can use JQPlus V5, and that sure will sate your appetite
 
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i prefer epractize labs preparation kit
http://www.epractizelabs.com/scjp-exam-5-prepkit.html

i really apreciate the preparation components of this product(plan - setting the goals against the topics and schedule),practize(review tips, worked out programs,mock exams) and achieve(traking based on goals/schedule set).

my preparation guidelines
1. understand the exam objectives (the theory part)
2. prepare more program examples
3. workout with set of mock exams
4. continue your progress till you get confidence to take the real exam

~ sherly
 
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