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Has anyone tried www.scjptest.com ?

 
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Hi,
has anyone tried this website that contains free mock exams ?

Thanks.
 
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Hello,

Yes i have tried the above mentioned site. It is good but try for something like Examlab, Javabeat and Inquisition.

Hope this helps,
 
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Hi,
I see that javabeat requires payment, while inquisition is free but contains only scjp 5 questions.

Am I right !?
 
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Yes,

Javabeat requires payment which is not that high. Well i haven't tried inquisition myself, it shouldn't be only 5 questions.
Where did you look at it. Gimme the reference and i will check.

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Prithvi Sehgal wrote:Gimme the reference...


Please UseRealWords
 
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Alright mate. Got my mistake. Thanks for correcting.

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This site is very good and the difficulty level is like the actual exam. Examlab is very difficult as cpmpared to real exam but both exam lab and inquisition are very good learning tools.
 
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Thanks for www.scjptest.com. It is very hepful but questions are very simple . I can't use Examlab yet in spite of I downloaded it month ago . Save it to final preparation some days before the actual exam . Now finished Sierra book . Only difficult part was Thread lesson . I really read this chapter 3 times but even today I do many errors about this topic .

Finally for experts : How many questions about threads are in real exam ?
 
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I got 2 questions related to Threads in the Exam and both the questions were very easy as compared to Exam Lab.
 
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It is hard to say how many questions you will receive. However the number of questions is supposed to be balanced between the topics
 
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In fact to train myself (I've finished the Sierra Bathes book too) I was thinking about buying one these two:

1) whizlab
2) enthuware

what is best (most difficult) between these two ?

Also I want point out other 2 free mock exams:

http://www.javaprepare.com/quests/test.html

http://www.javaprepare.com/quests/test2.html


Thanks all for answering.
 
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Hello,

I would recommend Whizlabs. By the way, have you tried ExamLab?

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Emanuele Ghe wrote:In fact to train myself (I've finished the Sierra Bathes book too) I was thinking about buying one these two:

1) whizlab
2) enthuware

what is best (most difficult) between these two ?

Also I want point out other 2 free mock exams:

http://www.javaprepare.com/quests/test.html

http://www.javaprepare.com/quests/test2.html


Thanks all for answering.




http://www.javaprepare.com/quests/test.html
I think this mock just for children . IMHO real exam will be very difficult.
[deleted] I think enthuware is more tightly than Whizlabs.
 
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Try out http://www.javachamps.com
You will get plenty of questions here. This is very good site. Just download the PDF files from here.
 
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Harpreet Singh janda wrote:Try out http://www.javachamps.com
You will get plenty of questions here. This is very good site. Just download the PDF files from here.



Thanks, but these pdf's don't contain the answers.
 
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You can get the answers from site. Just click on the link provided at the end of every question,
 
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