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Hi,
I have heard a lot about JQplus in this forum but would like to know if I take up various mock tests that are online available, still should I go for jqplus, I mean is it that good and should be bought types.
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Jyotsna
 
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You ask this in a public forum with Paul Anil lurking about ? Sortta loads the chances for a positive answer doesn't it?
I have heard GREAT things about that exam.
 
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Originally posted by Cindy Glass:
You ask this in a public forum with Paul Anil lurking about ? Sortta loads the chances for a positive answer doesn't it?
I have heard GREAT things about that exam.


Hi Cindy,
Your ans. really made me laugh. Thanks anyway
Jyotsna
 
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Thanks, Cindy!
This is what I think (as a Java programmer): You do not necessarily need JQPlus or any other comercial mock exam. But what you do need is to solve as many good questions/mock exams as possible. You can of course find tons of questions on the internet. Only issue with them is that they come without any responsibility, support and in most cases explanations and correct answers!
And this is what JQPlus or any other commercial product buys you. Basically, you have to equate $20 with the amount of time you might have to spend in collecting the same quality of information.
HTH,
Paul.


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Paul you forgot to mention "Money Back Guarantee"
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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