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Exam Simulator....

 
Srinivasan Mani
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From what i see from ur site ,simulator consists of few mock exams and quiz.I feel it will be more helpfull if we have sectionwise tests something similiar to Dan's(http://www.danchisholm.net/) tests for SCJP1.4 ?
 
Srinivasan Mani
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Thanks Gian.
Is it possible to customize based on difficulty level + section.
In first round of study we may choose to go for simple questions sectionwise and increase it next round..
 
Thomas De Vos
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Hi,
The section wise approach can be found back in our certification centre. We only require a small free registration.
And you will be able to find many more features back online like assembling your own mock exams, reviewing questions, studying all your faults or only by objective and ofcourse many mock-exam questions with feedback and after all it is free ..., what else do you want :-)
Happy studying.
[ April 08, 2004: Message edited by: Thomas De Vos ]
 
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So the section type approach is something else you have to download and use other than the simulator? Does this mean you have to pay for it as well?
I'm confused,
Dave
 
Thomas De Vos
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It was not my intention to confuse any one here.
I responded to the original question from Srinivasan. Our website (http://www.ejbcertificate.com) offers a SCBCD section wise approach and is totally free.
We are not related to Whizlabs.
 
Ko Ko Naing
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Originally posted by Dave Knipp:
So the section type approach is something else you have to download and use other than the simulator? Does this mean you have to pay for it as well?
I'm confused,
Dave

In WhizLabs SCBCD that I have downloaded and try to use in trial version, there is not customized test in it... Customized tests are only available in the commercial version... We need to register it to get that feature in the software that we downloaded...
So it is sure that customized(section-wise) tests are available in commercial version of the WhizLabs SCBCD. Moreover, we can even set the number of questions and time period in the software...
 
Pradeep Chopra
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Thanks Ko Ko for your response!
Yes, the Registered version of our products has the "Customization Option". Using it, you can set the time duration, the exam objective and the difficulty level of the questions in the exam besides the Number of questions.
The trial version shows you the various options but doesn't offer any customized test.
Best wishes,
Pradeep
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
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