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SCWCD@Whiz vs JWeb +

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My question is what are the differences between your product and JWeb + or why should we prefer your product ?
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Dear Ersin,
Thanks for your query.
JWeb+ is a nice product and i thank them for being our competitor.
We launched the first version of SCWCD@Whiz (the first-to-market product for SCWCD exam, apart from Sun�s Mock Tests) on Aug 04, 2001 and since then we have been getting an overwhelming response, which inspired us to take it to the next level.
Our product has been positively reviewed by people like Tony (one of the sheriff�s at this great place). Look at .It was our first version and after this we have twice updated our product with additional Mock Test and Interactive Quiz.
Following are the salient features of the Ver2.0 of our product:
4 Mock Tests ( 236 Questions) - The current version (SCWCD@Whiz Ver2.0) consists of 4 Mock Exams on the pattern of SCWCD Certification, based on JSP 1.2 and Servlets 2.3 specs.
Interactive Quiz (85 Questions) - It is one of the unique features of our product. It consists of short questions from all the topics as prescribed for SCWCD and one can choose the topic as well as set the time per question. Our experience tells us that the actual SCWCD exam involves significant percentage of questions which tests your knowledge of DD (Deployment Descriptor) elements, interfaces/methods from Servlets/JSP API etc.
Highly Customizable - The facility to customize the 'Test' in terms of number of questions, topics, toughness level and time.
Detailed Explanations - Complete explanation is provided for each and every choice of all the questions.
Quick Revision Tips - Quick revision tips to make one�s revision for SCWCD Test effective and efficient.
Performance Evaluation - Detailed report generated for every test to evaluate performance for all the individual topics, helping one channelize his/her efforts for SCWCD efficiently. One also has an option to save your results and track your performance.
We assure our users the HIGHEST LEVEL of success and satisfaction.

I look forward to your feedback on our product.
Thanks and regards
Java Certification Test Simulators � J@Whiz, SCWCD@Whiz
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Hi ersin, its too tough to come to a decision as i haven't used both of them yet. But i have collected some URL's for u in this respect.....
Hope this helps u to make a decision and plz let us know ur conclusion also...
Muhammad Ashikuzzaman (Fahim)
Sun Certified Programmer for the Java� 2 Platform
--When you learn something, learn it by heart!
[This message has been edited by Ashik uzzaman (edited October 23, 2001).]
Consider Paul's rocket mass heater.
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