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Whizlabs 287 simulator

 
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Hi All,
I am not sure if this question is asked in this forum, but has anyone used the Whizlabs 287 simulator :roll: . I have used the Whizlabs SCEA simulator for the Part1 and I really liked the content since the format was quit similar to the actual exam.

any one has used whizlabs IBM 287 simulator???.
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Subu
 
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Please guys give some feedback.
is Whizlabs IBM 287 simulator soo unpopular?
Subu
 
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Personally, I think you might only need Howard's book, which is my only resource on 287.

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Currently Whizlabs is selling the interim version of the 287 simulator. You pay the full price and get just 156 questions instead of 410 questions (full version).

They say that you are entitled for FREE (after you paid the full price(?)) upgrade to the simulator, but they don't say WHEN (?) they are going to issue the upgrade.

You can see they launched the interim version in August 31, 2004. Now after 2.5 months the full version still hasn't been launched.

They assume that you need to prepare more than 2.5 months using their simulator (we don't know how long precisely). I believe Nicolas is right, you can prepare much faster with Howard's book.
 
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thanks for the feedback.
Subu
 
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