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Hi all,

I have downloaded the trial version of the uCertify Exam Engine. I found it pretty nice. The explanations are nice and verbose.

Has anyone here used it?

got couple of review like links -

http://www.jaceklaskowski.pl/wiki/Recenzja_uCertify_SCBCD_Java_5.0_%28CX310-091%29_PrepKit
http://www.free-press-release.com/news/200802/1203137403.html
 
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uCertify's prep engine is not that bad really. It tries to be a complete kit to prepare for the exams with all the notes, articles and flashcards. The grammar in it is much better than what I've seen in Whizlab's products. That said... IMHO I think the uCertify kit will help you pass the test but is not so thorough for learning EJBs well... For that you'd need to get a nice book like EJB in Action and work your way through it.
 
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Yes, I have already had a good time with the books. Now I am trying my best to gear up for the exam. []

Yes, uCertify has good grammar and overall it's good package! I have read an exhaustive review of the exam kit as said in my last post in this thread.

 
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