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should i buy Wizlabs 6.0

 
Shashank Sharma
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I have wizlabs 5.0 simulator,and am reffering to the new topics from java Api and release notes on some other websites.So should I buy the new wizlabs simulator 1.6 .Is it worth for spending 20$ again for the new topics.If any one have already purchased wizlabs 1.6 simulator,can you please tell me how much different is it from wizlab 1.5.
any comments for java beat scjp 1.6 preparation kit.it is a bit cheaper.
 
Milan Sutaria
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i use whiz 6...& i would suggest you to go for it. but i dont know how gud is it compared to whiz 5.
sure it does have questions on new topics& they are not too easy not too tough. there must be average 4-5 questions on new topic in each test(in all 5 tests)
 
Paul Anilprem
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You might also want to try JQPlus V6

Some features -
  • 11 Full sized tests (more than any other simulator)
  • UI closest to actual exam
  • Liberal Licensing (can be used on any machine without asking for more licenses)
  • Lowest cost
  • Strong reputation - been in the market for past 8 Yrs


  • [ July 30, 2008: Message edited by: Paul Anil ]
     
    Russy Dupee
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    I would recommend Entuware. With whizlabs you can only activate it twice on
    your pc and they only have 6 mock exams. Enthuware has 11 mock exams with tons of questions and multiple activations and cheaper. Enthuware all the way.....
     
    Deepak Bajoria
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    The only prob I find with whizlab is their extremely poor english
     
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