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Upgrade from 70-526 to 70-505 RRS feed

  • Question

  • I passed the 70-526 exam a couple of years back. Now, I would like to take the 70-505 exam. I still have the training material I used to prepare for exam 70-526. Will this do to prepare for exam 70-505 or do I need to get the new training kit specifically for exam 70-505?

    In other words: are there significant changes between the material covered by exam 70-526 and 70-505. That doesn't seem to be the case when comparing the exam descriptions.

     

    Tuesday, May 4, 2010 1:00 PM

Answers

  • I did not take the 70-526 exam, but I took the 70-505 very shortly after it was released.  The preparations that I did were related to 70-526 (which is the exam I was planning on taking until I found out that 70-505 had been released).  I felt like I was well prepared for the exam when I took it.  If you do Windows Forms development regularly and you passed 70-526 I would expect you should be fine to take the 'new' version (70-505).  If you don't do too much Windows development a quick refresher of the materials that you used to prepare for 70-526 should do the trick (I would expect)!

    Good luck!

    Friday, May 7, 2010 7:16 AM
  • hope this can help u

    70-505 free materials
    Microsoft experience http://www.test4ms.net/
    Wednesday, May 12, 2010 2:51 AM

All replies

  • I did not take the 70-526 exam, but I took the 70-505 very shortly after it was released.  The preparations that I did were related to 70-526 (which is the exam I was planning on taking until I found out that 70-505 had been released).  I felt like I was well prepared for the exam when I took it.  If you do Windows Forms development regularly and you passed 70-526 I would expect you should be fine to take the 'new' version (70-505).  If you don't do too much Windows development a quick refresher of the materials that you used to prepare for 70-526 should do the trick (I would expect)!

    Good luck!

    Friday, May 7, 2010 7:16 AM
  • hope this can help u

    70-505 free materials
    Microsoft experience http://www.test4ms.net/
    Wednesday, May 12, 2010 2:51 AM