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Hello! I'm preparing for the SCJP exam and have been looking at mock exams and mock exam software. I found the above software via a link from a Java User Group site and downloaded the demo version. I was really impressed with what I saw and I'm considering purchasing the program. I've seen the posts regarding JQ+ but I've not seen anyone discussing this particular product. What really impressed me was the ability to customize mock exams by objective. In other words as I complete study of an objective I can enable that objective in the simulator to include questions on it. It seemed like a good way to test as I progress in my study. Has anyone purchased the full product or is anyone aware of any reviews of this product before I purchase it? Thank you for any information!
Ralph Stalnecker
[This message has been edited by Ralph Stalnecker (edited February 22, 2001).]
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