I think it's one of the better exam simulator on the market, and for $18 it's a bargain. I also bought JCertify4.0 for $69.00, and the questions aren't anywhere as difficult/challenging as JQ+. I have to give credit that JCertify4.0 has a much prettier interface, but I'd rather have content over look. From what I've read on JavaRanch, some of the questions you find on JQ+ are very close to the real thing. -Peter
[This message has been edited by Peter Tran (edited February 02, 2001).]
I bought it online without a problem. Also, JQPlus people sent me another test(designed for new format) after a couple of days. I didn't even ask or know that's available. They keep sending updates, if they find out any of the questions are wrong or being refined. I really liked it. I would highly recommend it. For such a low price and a very good collection of questions, it definitely is worth to buy. Best wishes.
I am bit confused about JQ Plus buying option . One place it says option guaranteed with 590 + questions (with 8 pretest sets of 60 questions each) and In buy(secure) buying option it says 500 questions(does this set also includes all 8 pretest sets of 60 questions each ?). Are these different sets or same thing ? Help appreciated.
It's the same thing. Earlier we were also offering JQPlus 300. That's why the suffix 500. And we added lot more new questions after Oct.4th changes so on our site we say it's around 590 but the package name is still JQPlus 500. HTH, Paul. ------------------ Get Certified, Guaranteed! (Now Revised for the new Pattern) www.enthuware.com/jqplus