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scwcd help required

 
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hi
i had started scwcd preparation long time back but was unable to continue...but i want to give the exam now...i have javabeat scwcd 5 mock exams and enthuware mock for 1.4 scwcd....can anybody tell me weather its enough or i should go for enthuware 5 [29$ is expensive for me]

Also Marcus Green Mock Exams at http://www.examulator.com/moodle/course/view.php?id=5&topic=all are for scwcd 5 or 1.4
please Help
 
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I don't think you need to buy 5.0 versions. You can use your 1.4 version. SCWCD5 hasn't changed much. Check the SCWCD FAQ for more.
 
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Thanks Christophe for your suggestion .
i just want to ask how close is javabeat questions to the real scwcd questions. enthuware scjp were very close to the real ones .
 
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