2008. július 29. 17:05Hello,
I am studying to take the 70-270 Exam. I am planning to buy the MCSA/MCSE Self-Paced Training Kit (exam 70-270): Installing, Configuring, and administering windows xp professional, SE. I noticed that this book was published nearly 4 years ago (2005), and I was wondering if it will cover all information required to successfully complete the exam in 2008.
Will this book be sufficient, or do I need additional study material. If so, what do you recommend.
Thanks in advance.
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2008. július 29. 18:08VálaszadóThat book is sufficient to help you study and pass the exams, however if you want more study help I'd suggest a practice exam form Self-Test or Transcender.
Stephen Charles Rea [MCT] askthemct.com
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2008. július 29. 21:02ModerátorThe book covers the objectives for the 70-270 exam. Not knowing your background in Windows XP Professional in a domain environment, it would be impossible to determine if this book will be suffcient for you to pass the exam. I would review the listed objective for the exam located at: http://www.microsoft.com/learning/en/us/exams/70-270.mspx#E4E. From here, you can view what will be asked of you to know to successfully negotiate the exam.
I would further recommend working with the technology (in this case, Windows XP Professional).
Michael D. Alligood,
MCITP, MCTS, MCSA, MCDST, MCP, A+, Network+
2008. július 30. 13:35Thanks guys. Ive been using/troubleshooting and tweaking XP for years now. I haven't done much networking in it however, and would probably be considered a beginner in that area. I'll check out the list you posted. Thanks again.
2008. augusztus 5. 13:15No its not. You will need to get various sorts of books for this certification. I am not denouncing Microsoft learning material but it seems to be not quite enough. You will need to take plenty of practice test (PrepLogic or CBT's). to familiarize and comprehend the questions that they will ask you. The questions are the most long winded i have ever seen on a test.
The only thing I can suggest is read the last paragraph or last couple of sentences in a question first. then read the whole question. You will be trying to solve the question subconsciously before reading the whole scenario. This will take the most time but will reduce the time for going back over the whole question again and again.