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SCWCD@Whiz vs JWebPlus

 
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Hey there everyone,

Has anyone here used both of them (SCWCD@Whiz & JWebPlus) ? If so, which would you reccomend ? SCWCD@Whiz, JWebPlus, both, or none?
Any input will be appreciated,
Thanks
Reda
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I would highly recommend SCWCD@Whiz.
all the best
rachel
 
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I recently cleared SCJP and I had used jqplus. Based on my experience with jqplus, I am going with jwebplus. If there is any problem....well, are you hearing paul
 
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Based on the trial versions that are available they are similar in terms of the features they offer. So the question is really how good are their questions/explanations? Again I'd say that they both appear to offer good explanations. I did get the impression that the questions in the trial version of WhizLabs system were a bit easier, but that may just be the trial version.
 
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Dear All,
Me too with SCWCD@Whiz, specially bcoz of my high score as well as the great reviews by people like Tony sherrif and others. Though i missed the quiz part, thats another benefit, also it was tougher than the main exam and thats the reason it boosted by confidence.
Best wishes to all
rajat

 
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Thanks, Nikhat and Tim!
Nikhat, yes I am hearing Don't worry. We give guarantee for a reason.
Reda, if you decide to buy other product then please do let us know your reason. We'll do our best to address your concern.
-Paul.
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In my opinion if you get yourself to the point where you can do 100% on jwebplus, SCWCD will be a joke. Paul and the group were quite quick to answer my questions when it comes to why is this this way.... Explanations are great and written in "english" not in tech language that you read and have no clue what the hell they are talking about....
Haven't tried whizlabs. Fact that they promised 600 questions and came up with 177 tells me something.
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