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This was the only company I could find with an electronic practice test for the CCDP exam. (I have used the Boson tests in the past and found them both reasonably priced and useful.)
I found it moderately helpful. Note that I found about 8 questions that are either misphrased by leaving out key qualifying words or just plain wrong.
Very expensive for what they are; Most useful for me was a written list of questions from a place Asia. Many of the questions we almost verbatim, much to my surprise.
One last thing - almost immediately upon ordering, I get some guy from Beachfront calling me to up sell me some of their other stuff. This before I have even seen the stuff I did buy.
I got the CCNA version because they guaranteed a pass on 2nd try and more importantly because they said you could ask all your questions to experts and they would get back to you in 24. When I got the thing installed I can see how they make the pass guarantee--No one can pass their practice exams in a sane amount of time, the pass %age is really high (like 90%) and the questions in some of the sections are way out of line for CCNA level, though technically I guess they do deal with the topics. To be dealing in good faith, they should have at least most of their questions resemble the actual type of thing on the exam. There were some certifiably wrong answers (like subtract 117 from 223 and get a six meter cable, ummm.... not last time I checked.) On the positive side they have some scenarios and they ask if a particular solution meets design criteria I like those questions, though they tend to focus on hardware rather than configurations. The real kicker was I got NO answers for my questions in a week. So I demanded my money back. They gave me an RMA and Im sending it back.
I assume Ill get my $ back. Quizzers are a dime a dozen. Actually a lot are free or very cheap. I paid under $100 for the BFQ what I was really paying for was to be able to ask questions to an expert. Since I couldnt get that, forget it. If they ever improve on this aspect and get rid of some of the ridiculous questions, this product has potential. Cant speak for any other quiz databases.