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how effective is jqplus

 
sona gold
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some of the people have been telling me that jqplus caters to the old exam i.e. before october 2000 format
could someone please throw some light on it
as i am relying on jqplus a lot
 
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http://www.jdiscuss.com/index.jsp?tab=scjp&option=VAR
 
sona gold
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thanks marcus but this forum does not tell u about when these people appeared for the test
the dates are missing
 
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Sona
That link that Marcus gave you is fairly recent (within the last few weeks). That's not to say that the people that have reported on it aren't giving old scores, but I'm making the assusmption that they are new socres - at least within the last few months.
Dave
I don't know if Paul is allowed to put in the actual date they took the test - I haven't read the agreement in that much detail. Maybe just the month and year would be allowed.
[This message has been edited by Dave Vick (edited June 12, 2001).]
 
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They are very recent scores...less than a month old. But it's a great idea to put dates to avoid confusion. We'll put a date column there.
Sona, JQPlus will train you just fine for the exam. But make sure you follow the suggested way to take the exams.
If we did not have confidence in our product or if it were not good enough, we would have discontinued the guarantee.
-Paul.

[This message has been edited by Paul Anil (edited June 12, 2001).]
 
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The change to the database was only in the format of the questions, the objectives are still the same. I have made very few changes to my questions (and they were not related to the change in the database) and as you can see from Pauls site people taking my tests get within a few percentage points of the score they get on the real thing. People tend to get slighly lower marks on JQ+ than on the real thing (about 3%) so that should give you a nice little margin for success.
Note that Paul has nothing to gain by displaying my results so you can take it as a good indication of the value of both sets of information.
Marcus
 
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