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Enthuware vs whizlabs am I ready

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I have been getting a very good 80% or more for all enthuware tests and yet with whizlabs I struggle to get 60%. I si maybe because the whizlabs questions are not clear and badly worded and formatted? What can I expect in the exam? I was impressed with whizlabs for scjp but I feel this is the last time I will use them.

Anyway bottom line is does anyone else feel that my performance on the enthuware is a good indication I will pass?
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While you are waiting to get responses from other users, you may also refer the Average Scores of EJB+ users in EJB+ and their average score in actual exam. If you are scoring 80%, you are good to go BTW, how much did you score in Last Day Test?

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If you are scoring 80% or more on enthuware tests with first attempt, I will say you are ready.

I score 80+ for 1 tests and 60+ for other tests, while in real exam I pass with 81%.

so, are you confidence enough ?
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