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Practice Exams: Boson or uCertify?
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What do you guys reckon? I want to buy a package tomorrow to aid me for my exam which I am taking next month.
Does anybody know if there is a massive difference between the two and if one is better than the other?
Thank you in advance
Boson has the edge because of the ability to use a virtual laboratory plus really in-depth questions. Ucertify I liked for the sheer number of questions (roughly 15 different exams at 40 questions each) plus the ability to review any topic you missed with a click of the mouse. Sadly, Ucertify has no labs.
Boson without a doubt for ccent/ccna. The important thing is that you take those practice exams to identify weak areas for more studying and not simply to memorize the answers. Although, even in that regard, boson provides pretty good explanations to why the right answers are right and may even go into some depth about why the other answers are wrong. I passed CCENT/CCNA using boson tests exclusively.
I used Boson practice tests for my CCENT. i would def recommend it.
I don't know anything about uCertify tho
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In response to the question on Ucertify, I believe that it is good for late-stage preparation. It had worked for me with my ICND1 exam 2 years ago. I would use boson or pearsonItcert sims to get a true feel for what is going to be on the actual exam.