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Old 12-17-2006, 08:35 PM
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Default mcse exam preps

i am looking to pass my first 070-290 exams and am window shopping several cert sites now to get the study material . i am looking to get either certmagic.com exam preps or nextcertify.com exam preps . plz let me know if anyone had any experience with these companies and how good are their preps.
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Old 12-18-2006, 04:50 AM
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I found testking very good, I have had no experience with the products you mentioned.

Heres some general advice about exam prep-in.

You could look at places like cramsession they do free study guides, I wouldnt use them as your only study aid but are excellent for reading through and taking quick notes down.


Also I find testking questions are very usefull, I used them for my server 2003 exam, I found them to be very close to the actual exam questions.


Check out a website called mcmcse they have good forums lots of tips floating around there.

If you are studying for your mcse check out labmicehttp://labmice.techtarget.com/MCSE/default.htm

They have all kinds of guides like where to start, how to take your mcse on the cheap etc and they have lots of information and good articles on there too.

I would also recommend taking a Microsoft self assesment test, the test is about server 2003 for example, you take the test then they tell you what you got wrong and give you links to technet articles and KB articles. Very useful for filling in the gaps!!!


Hope that helps you out.
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