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Hi All,

I am currently preparing for Java SE 8 Programmer I certification. I would like to practise the simulator exams before appearing for the certification exam. I could find whizlabs and Enthuware are the ones most spoken about. I would like to know which among them would be better.
Sorry if this question has already been asked.

Thanks.
 
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From what I've seen on this site Enthuware appears to have a better reputation and support then Whizlabs at least on this site.
There is at least one Enthuware support on these forums fairly often, not that you can't get support on their web site as you can.
Aside from that there are some other people on this site who are really well versed in Java to help out if you have a question about question from a mock test in either product.
I've also noticed is that Enthuware costs about $10 USD and Whizlabs cost more.

You may also be interested in know that many people have come to the conclusion that Enthuware mock exams are more difficult then the real exam.
I do not have Whizlabs, but I do have Enthuware and I can tell you that you get seven standard mock tests, plus a foundation test and a final test for a total of nine tests,
With Enthuware it's recommended that you take each test only once and that you wait at least a day between tests.
 
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Oh, and welcome to CodeRanch Anuraag and I hope that we can help you with your Java and other programming problems.

You may this this resource helpful with your exam preperation
https://coderanch.com/wiki/659980/Ocajp-Wall-Fame
You can see what problems and resource others have used. This could save you time, money and frustrations.
 
Anuraag Kumar
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Thank you Pete Letkeman.

 
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