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Wizlabs vs. Enthuware

 
Shivani Chandna
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Hello Siva,
Can you cite some features in the product which offer it a competive advantage over the other products that exist in this domain?
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Shivani,
 
Kiaama Liames
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As i have read in some of the earlier posts enthuware is more closer to the real exam , ppl also complain that Whizlabs has 1.3 features and has comparatively tougher questions, i am currently using both the simulators , both have a different flavour , maybe you should practice with tougher questions if you are aiming for a high score , your comments are invited Siva

[ September 06, 2006: Message edited by: Kiaama Liames ]
[ September 06, 2006: Message edited by: Kiaama Liames ]
 
Sivasundaram Umapathy
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Our product treats topics such as EL, JSTL, Tag library, Design patterns in a great detail. Also the explanations are more exhaustive.

The toughness factor in our product is bit higher than the real version. We feel this would help you in achieving high scores on the actual exam.

By the way, my views may be biased
 
Branko Santo
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For me it is a plus if the questions are harder, I like to really test my knowledge. And it is a good feeling when you are taking your cert and see that you are so inately familiar with the problems that they all seem easy
 
Firas Zuriekat
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Yes, but tougher is not always better.

A little bit tougher is OK.

Score doesn't mean much to employers anyway so it's better to pass in the shortest time possible. So tougher means more time and energy so it's not better.
 
Kiaama Liames
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Originally posted by Firas Zuriekat:
Score doesn't mean much to employers anyway so it's better to pass in the shortest time possible



are you sure??? maybe depends on the employer
 
Firas Zuriekat
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Yes, I am sure. Please have a look here:
http://www.coderanch.com/t/254735/java-programmer-SCJP/certification/Certification-Percentage-CV-Resume

May be somewhere in the world, there is at most 1% percentage of employers who prefer to see a high score in the test taker's score report. But this is only what I feel.

But so far achieving a high score has mostly a high effect in encouraging the exam taker more than any other inherit benefit in the score itself (i.e., the score has practically no value to employer but it�s a self-esteem booster).

The situation is a little different for recent college graduates (where GPA score is more important).

I don't know if this is a good thing. What do you think?
 
Kiaama Liames
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You maybe right regarding employeers , but it boils down to knowlege , i cite my example i have been giving mocks and about a few weeks back i was just about passing the exam, now i am scoring higher and i definitely feel that my overall knowledge have improved
 
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