Yes, I used recently. A very good tool to prepare and make your basics clear. Also, helps in keeping the track of your progress and keeps repeating some questions. You can precisely judge yourself and see your weaknesses. I would say worth buying the part 1 simulator.
Please do not expect anything similar to simulator in the real exam. It's harder than any mockups.
Bear in mind, that, at least in demo version, they use so bad english that it's sometimes difficult to understand what they mean. And even in demo questions there are some mistakes (like repeated options) - in general, I didn't have good impression. Try the demo first before buying.
Bear in mind, that, at least in demo version, they use so bad english that it's sometimes difficult to understand what they mean. And even in demo questions there are some mistakes (like repeated options)
just to add to this,
- some questions have 2 or 3 of the 5 possible answers exactly the same so it's a little difficult to get those right!
- on some of the mock exams some of the questions repeat 4 or 5 times (seem to be messaging questions about topics and queues)
- the English is poor and sometimes makes no sense whatsoever
on the plus side it guides you through the objectives quite nicely and it's cheap
Sreenivas P Kumar
Joined: May 22, 2011
Thank you very much for your reply.First i will go with demo version..
Joined: Mar 17, 2011
I absolutely agree with all on the fact that English is very poor and sometimes, I misunderstood the questions and other times, I could not understand the question at all (very few questions) and simply guessed as per my knowledge. But I still believe, it's worth buying. If one can pay $65 for Oracle ePractise (120 questions) then why not $50 for this kit which has more than 300 questions to practise and guides theru exam objectives. I liked it and bought part 2 simulator as well but did not use much so DO NOT buy part2 in future.