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Which commercial mock exam is best?

 
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Hi,

I have SCWCD exam scheduled on the 11th. At this point I think I should buy some commercial mock exam. I get an average of 75-85 % on the other free exams available on the net. Do you think I should go ahead and buy some commercial exams? And if so, which one is best. I know about Whizlabs, JWebplus and Sun's. Please let me know your thoughts on this.

Thanks.
 
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I used JWebPlus when I took SCWCD, and thus, I recommend JWebPlus.

In addition, its price is more reasonable, while compared to the rest.

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As the author of Whizlabs SCWCD 1.4 sim, I obviously recommend Whizlabs for its exhaustive coverage of the new topics

Also this post could help you in your buying decision.

All the best in your exam prep.
Siva
 
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I used JWebPlus simulator for SCBCD and found it great. I am also planning to buy their simulator for SCWCD. And above all their price ($35) is very reasonable as compared to other simulators ($65)

Hope this helps
 
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Thanks everyone.

I think I'll go with JWebplus.
 
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I have to agree with Sivasundaram, the Whizlabs Simulator is a very encompassing program. In fact, they almost guarantee that if you do do well on the simulator that you will do well on the exam.
 
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lol what this means "almost guarantee".
 
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Originally posted by Alan Ford:
lol what this means "almost guarantee".



Just that 99.7% of their users pass the exam, and if you happend to be the .3% they will refund to you the cost of their simulator. Hence the "almost" lol.

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Originally posted by Jeremy Brandon:
Just that 99.7% of their users pass the exam



If one fails the exam after going through (about)500 questions, then one must consider that there is something else wrong
This is a cruel world of competition, best price with best quality. I have got my money for JWebPlus at almost half prize than that of Whizlabs
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