Dhiraj, You'll find the prepcast exams are a close simulation to the test. Here are some of the characteristics that are closely related: the length of hours, the inability to pause the time, the variety of questions, the wording of questions, the length of questions. If you get test taking strategies for the PMP exam and apply them to the Prepcast simulation, and then if you do well (80% scores), you will be confident that you're ready for the real exam.
Every PMP exam is unique. You may get some scenario questions, or you may not. I recall there were one or two scenarios that applied to two or three questions.
Any thoughts on how close are the prepcast exams to the real PMP exam? How should we interpret what we are scoring in Prepcast exams?
Also the EV questions on Prepcast seem to have the same question ( details are the same) but repeated across exams and also in one exam.
Is this the way also in PMP exam? Will there be one scenario and multiple questions around EV in PMP exam?