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I purchased the Enthuware for SCWCD 1.4 and then i upgraded the Enthuware mock exam to SCWCD 1.5

I found out that the majority of mock exam question's are same for 1.4 and 1.5.

Does that mean in the exam also i can expect the same thing as question's for 1.5 almost similar to 1.4

Althogh i know the fact that 1.5 exam is performance based compared to the 1.4 knowledge based exam.

But the enhtuware moch exam for 1.5 confused this fact to me.

Please advice.
 
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Yea, the objectives are same.

Some people finds performance based questions easier other finds
theory based questions harder(design patterns,session).

so your product is fine so need not take any tension.

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omi
[ August 30, 2008: Message edited by: omi sharma ]
 
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Whizzlabs vs Enthuware (based on their free trials)

Enthuware seems to be slightly easier

What do you think?
 
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Originally posted by Eurig Jones:
Whizzlabs vs Enthuware (based on their free trials)

Enthuware seems to be slightly easier

What do you think?



Yea ,sure it is.
 
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For SCJP I found that Whizlabs was more difficult because they throw in more off-topic questions, which is not necessarily what you want.

For SCWCD, I went with Enthuware because it's good and I really like the look and feel, how they made it look like the real deal.
 
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Thats the kind of advice i was looking for Enthuware it is then
 
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Hey hi Omi..
Liked your confidence and your achievements..
I am SCJP 1.4 (81%).Now i am Studying for SCWCD 5.
I am doing Head First now.What else i need to put it..
Thank you in advance..
 
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