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Whizlabs Vs JWebPlus V4

 
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Hi,

I am not sure if this deserves a posting here.

I cleared my SCJP with 85% last month. I used Whizlabs simulators and found it extremely useful.

I plan to take up SCWCD now and was trying to go for a simulator.
I thought I ll look at an alternative before I buy the simulators.
I found Enthuware's JWeb Plus from this list and did some comparison on price and number of questions.

Whizlabs SCWCD JWebPlus V4
------------- - ----------
1.Price $64.95 $35.00
2.# Qs 495 questions 7 Tests - 483
Mock Exams
(345 questions +
150 Quiz)

3. pre and post sales Support Good Not Sure

I have not used JWebPlus before. Has anyone used this product before and found it useful?

I found the Whizlabs to be highly priced.
If I opt for the combo options, I could get 3 enthuware simulators - SCWCD, SCBCD and SCD at a price less than one simulator of Whizlabs.

Can somebody please advice me on Enthuware products - especially SCWCD and SCBCD. Has anybody had a good or bad experience from Enthuware??

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Can somebody please advice me on Enthuware products - especially SCWCD and SCBCD. Has anybody had a good or bad experience from Enthuware??


I havent used Whizlabs products, so I cannot make any comments for it. However, I did use JQ+, JWeb+ and EJB+ to prepare for my SCJP 1.4, SCWCD 1.3 and SCBCD 1.3. I feel the software is very useful, which help me score high (91%, 89% and 95% accordingly).

I took the beta exam for SCWCD 1.4, and at that time, there is no JWeb+ V4. After than, Enthuware posts the mock exam questions to JDiscuss.com, I do feel that it is very similar to those questions that I came across in the exam.

Thus, I highly recommend Enthuware's products.

You may goto http://www.jdiscuss.com to try their questions.

Nick
 
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