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Discussion in 'General Microsoft Certifications' started by flex22, Oct 7, 2003.

  1. flex22

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    Has anyone used examsimulators software.I'm pretty sure it's not a braindump software, just practice exams.I feel that I need instant feedback on where my weak areas are.This looks like a good product.I have book questions, but they don't really suit me.

    Any thoughts.
     
  2. tripwire45
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    Never heard of them but that doesn't mean anything. Since they mention both transcenders and self test in their ads, they are obviously in direct competition with them. Since both examsimulators and transcenders ofter free demo downloads, they them both out and see which one suits your fancy. Compare prices. Hey, if one offers you a better deal, you could even call the other up to see if they'd be willing to beat the price. I know transcenders sometimes offers discount prices and I'd be willing to bet examsimlulators does, too.

    Just a casual read of examsimulators site seems to indicate they're not a braindump site. It talks about their tests "simulating" the real thing. Braindumps usually come right out and say "we've got the real questions here". If you're still not sure, e-mail their sales dept. or support people and ask them how they develop their tests...not the specifics which are probably classified...but just to verify that they're not a braindump. If they want your business (you're young and have many certificaitions ahead of you), they'll answer your questions. Let us know how it works out.
     
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  3. flex22

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    Downloading the demo now Trip.I have transcender mock exams, but they're for my training provider, so I can't get instant feedback.

    Unfortunatley I happened to click on a braindump site, by mistake.I read a few of the customers reviews and now I feel quite ill.How on earth these disgusting sites can come under googles sponsored links and how they are allowed to exist is quite beyond me.

    I'll let you know how I get on with it.It looks quite cheap, so I may get it if it's worth it after reviewing the demo.I sometimes get lost as to where I am in a book.This software apparently directs you straight to the subjects which your useless at, after you have done the questions.

    Thanks!
     
  4. tripwire45
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    They're sponsored links because google gets paid to sponsor them. They exist because the internet is an unregulated jungle. While that has a certain appeal to me...I like the idea that there is a place where "freedom of speech" truly still exists...there is a dark side to it all. Anybody, anywhere can create a site and promote anything on the internet. Sure, CompTIA, Microsoft and some of the other major players in the certification game could try to sue them, but there are just too many and they pop up too fast.

    It would be like trying to eliminate porn from the internet. Even if you shot down most of the major sites, anybody can take a picture of a naked girl and post it on the net. Look at all the problems in trying to eliminate spam. Any freedom we have in life can be grossly misused.
     
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