I have found whizlab material to be quite comprehensive, easy to follow and as good as the real exams. Depending on the level of one's understanding, it could take 4-6 hours of one pass through the exam material, a total of 3-4 revisions and all set for the exam.
The practice exams are the best option if you want to pass the certification.
Simulated scenario type questions and difficult ones inspire reading more and deep learning which helped in the preparation.
I passed AWS Certified SysOps Administrator Associate Certification in the first attempt. This training material played a key role in my preparation. Questions in Whizlabs are a bit tough than the real exam. So if you crack Whizlabs exaam, you absolutely will pass the real exam. Thanks a lot. Keep the good content.
Congratulations on passing the AWS Certified SysOps Administrator Associate Certification and thank you for your valuable feedback.
The practice exams are stellar and contain a great value-add feature in that they explain not only which answer is correct, but why each of the other answers are incorrect, along with links to the official AWS documentation. This enables you to get a great grasp of the underlying concepts and expand your knowledge beyond mere memorization, which is invaluable in terms of taking different variations of the concepts and questions on the real exam. I've passed both Solution Architect and Sys Ops Admin and used Whiz Labs as part of my study prep both times.
It really helps you to better understand how AWS services are working as it's not only about exam :) Test cases have really good practical questions and about service offering knowledge.
much harder then real exam, should make it more close to real exam
Looks a little bit harder then real exam.But that would be good to pass the real exam with proper knowledge.