Thanks for being in JavaRanch for sharing your knowledge with all ranchers.
I think, being an Enterprise (J2EE) Application programmer, a person should be comfortable with the EIS tier to an extent. Also having a knowledge of the hosting environments (say a Web/Application Server) is equally important than that of APIs.
Are these aspects also covered? If so to what extent? [ April 16, 2007: Message edited by: Raghavan Muthu ]
The product covers practical scenario questions to test the candidates experience level. Note that our question banks are developed by Java/J2EE experienced professionals and they are certified in relevant areas.
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Thanks for the reply with the link. I have looked into it. The screenshot and video demo show the features. It looks great.
I have a couple of questions.
(i) Is there any chance a candidate can open the test(s) which he/she had already taken? Can we have the control on the time duration till which it can be active?
(ii) Some questions may have more than one correct answer (In case of Design related questions). In such case, how the evaluation goes? Mean to ask, the possible or more-related answers are also considered or should they exactly match with what is stored with the pack?
Thanks, Raghavan alias Saravanan M. [ April 16, 2007: Message edited by: Raghavan Muthu ]
The product comprises of three different levels (Junior Level, Middle Level, Senior Level) of questions (300-500 questions) from the following areas in order to judge the skill level. Questions are randomly selected based on Admin settings. Administrator can customize the number of questions from the below mentioned topics based on the role of the employee and the organization hiring needs. You can also assess the employee in one specific topic if the role calls for it.
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The current product question bank will not covers J2EE 5.0 and it will be available soon. We are providing SCJP 5.0 Exam EPractize Labs for certification preparation for both individuals as well as enterprises. We are not offering SCJP 1.4 certification preparation products.
So is the online skill evaluation something that has to be purchased separately ? does it provide the ability to incorporate offline the Java/J2EE Developer tests and Java/J2EE Designer or Architect tests into it ?
posted 13 years ago
Yes, Online Skill Evaluation should be purchased separately. We offer 30 days Trial Account to evaluate the features.
You can load EPractize Tests (Java/J2EE Developer/Architects) from Online Skill Evaluation Lab.