My first step before I take any test is to read the full copy of the
appropriate ExamCram 2 book. These books provide alot of raw
knowledge without any context. So.. For example.. "Here is the User
Manager" or "the command line options for the bcp utility are..". Of
course there is not a single question on the exam that asks you to
identify the User Manager window or "here are a bunch of options..
what command are they associated with.". The books provides an
overview so you know what you need more help with if you're not sure.
Once you have read over the material and did more extensive
investigation (so you actually know what your talking about without
just passing the exam) then you could use Exam Saver to test topics
that you need to investigate further.
Now.. After ExamSaver you would still need to buy something like
Transcender(hardest), TestKing(hard) or Pass4Sure(hard) to pass the
actual test. Exam Savers WILL ONLY TEST YOU ON THE MATERIAL and WILL
NOT prepare you for the exam.
If you depend solely on ExamSaver as a testing material for anything
other than the theories and material covered by the certification test
then, in my humble experience, you will fail the certification exam.
Re: Examsaver review
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