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Epractize review

 
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All,

Any reveiws about this epractize, good or bad ? Now they have 50% off

http://epractizelabs.com/certification/sun/scea-5-part1-exam.html

Please let me know

thanks
 
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Has anyone used this test before?
 
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Has anyone used the epractize labs software for SCEA preparation? Can we get some reviews please.
 
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I recently used Epractize Lab for baselining my score just 1 week before my Exam. The question is not upto the mark. They are very short in length & many of then are too simple & repetitive. I suppose free Mocks on Javabeat & about.com are much better

Actual questions on Exam are too lengthy. In my case I even didn't left time to review any of my marked questions. Better to concentrate on lengthy question & also make a habit to be in test taking mode even while attempting free mocks. So be wary.
 
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Adesh Bharti wrote: I suppose free Mocks on Javabeat & about.com 'r much better


Actually no. As I blogged both those exams are from before the SCEA 5 version of the exam. The focus of the exam changed since then so many questions are out of scope.

Also, I changed all your "'r" words to "are". The point of the filter that says you can't write "r" is to use real words not to add an apostrophe to the IM speak.
 
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