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JWeb+ vs JWhiz

 
Denny Permana
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I'm sorry if this topic has been discussed before. May be someone can help me for choosing between JWeb+ and JWhiz. Anybody could help me to explain pros and cons both of them.
I bought SCWCD Exam Study Kit that include JWeb+. Is that enough for me or I have to buy the commercial version of JWeb+ ?
Thanks for your help.
 
Sumit Amar
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Hey there,
IMHO, you should go for WHIZlabs.com simulator, I haven't used it, but many a people will recommend you the same. They are kinda market leaders in SCWCD mock exams.
Wish you a good luck.
S.
 
Ho Gong
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I used jq+ for scjp 3-4 months ago. It was very good. I am now using jweb+ for scwcd. I check out whizlab one too. It is too costly. Not worth it, imho.
 
Billy Tsai
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The mannings SCWCD exam kit and its accompaning CD is fair sufficient to pass the exam there is no need for anything else extra
 
kfay
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I owe my 86% to JWeb+. This is the only practice test module that I used.
 
Bob Kerfoot
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I also think JWebPlus is the way to go. I just used the free abridged version that came with the Study Kit, the free Mocks on the author's web site(jdiscuss.com), the free mock here, and a few of the questions at javaprepare.com.
I completed all the mocks in about three days and pulled 100% on the exam yesterday!
The big thing IMO is to read the SCWCD Exam Study Kit book from cover to cover and write as much code as possible. If you do these two things the mocks are of much less importance.
Bob Kerfoot
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