The Bottom Line
In the competitive market of training materials,
this competent software is angling for top position. As they
continue to expand their array of available tests, they will
become a contender.
- Quality Questions
- Nice Interface
- Excellent Prices
- Choice of Learning Mode or Exam Mode.
Test results are saved in Exam Mode but not in Learning
- Exam Mode results are recorded and broken
down by topic to target strengths and weaknesses.
- Each test is broken in to categories. You
can select a specific category or select "All".
- Tests are timed, but a handy pause button
allows you to suspend the timer.
- Questions can be bookmarked and reviewed.
- Questions are presented randomly with
each retake. Answers are also ordered randomly with retakes.
- Exams usually run $55.95 each with a
package price of $189.00 for the MCSE 2000 pack of seven
- Be sure to visit the BenchMarque website
and download the free demo.
- Tests currently available for CCNA,
CompTIA A+, and MCSE.
Guide Review - BenchMarque Examiner Review
Since my last review, BenchMarque came out with a
new release that greatly improved upon the previous version. The
demo provided a few questions from each of it's seven tests for
the MCSE. The interface remains clean and simple with some added
features such as detailed explanations for each answer in
'Practice Mode'. The window can be minimized, but still still
sticks at 640x480 which results in some scrolling. The test
history screen keeps track of your 'Exam Mode' results and does
an excellent job of targeting weaknesses. Tests are divided into
categories so you can focus your questions by category or draw
from the full pool of questions. Test material is well-written
and provides the level of knowledge that is needed for the
BenchMarque continues to expand it's test
line-up and product features and is currently being used in 50
countries. If you are in the market for affordable practice
tests be sure to check out their website and download a demo.
You won't be disappointed.