I like STS. They are cheaper, but very good still.
Sims and questions are accurate, very good explanations, and I have done 9 Ms exams so far, I find that I always score a bit higher iin the real exam than in the sts, Wich suits me
I'm a huge proponent of Transcender. Their practice exams accurately reflect the actual test format. They include sims, drag-n-drops, and multiple choice questions, just like on the real exam. They include very detailed information for each question as to why each option was or wasn't correct. They also have a money-back guarantee, but it's a relatively short period, which might be a bit of a deterrent for purchasing bundles for some people.
I don't have experience with the others. I'm sure they're adequate learning tools, but they would be hard-pressed to top the Transcender experience. Also note that Kaplan owns both Transcender and Seft Test Software. The offerings appear to be identical, but STS is significantly cheaper. I believe you would essentially be getting watered-down Transcender exams if you went that route. I'm not sure what the exact difference is. Perhaps they're missing the sims or just have less questions over all.
What's with the sudden interest in MS Turgon? Are you already looking for something to fill the void after that lab pass later this year?
I heard Transcenders are almost like Braindumps, and in the past they copied actual MS exam questions....is this true?
From what I remember(during NT4 days) is Transcenders were essentially Braindumps.
On other sites, Transcender are still considered Braindumps.
I also heard that its very common to find actual question from the transcender practice tests on the real exam.
I also heard that the explanations are excellent, and that they are harder than the actual exams.
Its a bit of a grey zone for me.
Maybe I should try them and see for myself.
Just my 0,02$, I never used Transcender so i wouldnt know.
If I were to create a question that asks what ipconfig does or what is the minimum amount of memory required to install Windows Server 2003, all I can do is give the correct answer and three random ones. There's simply not a way to write an original question like that. It'll be like that in any practice test you use.
Yeah they were back then (apparently) but they're not anymore. They smartened up their act a few years back and now are genuine practice exams.
I'll tell your right now that you will fail abysmally if you just memorize answers in Transcender.