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jqplus test easier, same or tougher than the real test ???

 
prateek shah
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hi,
i am appearing for the exam on friday , i have started getting 80+ % in jqplus test. i want to know are jqplus tests as tough as the real test.
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pratik
 
Dave Vick
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pratik

From what I've seen the JQ+ test is actually harder than the real test for most people. If you go here you can see what scores people received on both the real test and JQ+.
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See my earlier note in this forum ("passed Java programmer certification exam!"). Although I've heard that JQ+ is supposed to be harder (the authors claim this themselves), my real exam score was about what I was getting on JQ+. In other words, I was getting between 60-80% with JQ+, and on the real exam I tested at 71%, which is right in the middle. You need to take the JQ+ exam several times at least to get a feel for what you might get on JQ+...don't rely on a high score once...you should be consistently passing JQ+ to feel secure.
 
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I was scoring around 75% earlier in JQ+ and a few days be4 exam my score was around 85% (each new exam not any repeatition). I got 91% in the real exam.
So i think the real exam is slightly easier than JQ+ but about even hard if compared to J@Whiz.....

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