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Ryan 12-27-2004 02:00 AM

Question on 70-272
 
I all...... I passed 70-271 last Thursday with a score of 728....I know
that's not great, but it's a pass. I was just wondering what should I expect
from 70-272. (Questions to look 4, # of Questions, harder than 70-271?
Pretty much just looking for some input. Thanks-Ryan



xmeta4x@gmail.com 12-27-2004 02:23 PM

Re: Question on 70-272
 
I didn't study for 70-272 as I wanted to concentrate on 70-271. In the
end I passed the 70-272 exam with over 900. It was pretty easy and only
had ~40 questions.

If you've sat the 2-day course I doubt you'll have a problem.

Ryan wrote:
> I all...... I passed 70-271 last Thursday with a score of 728....I

know
> that's not great, but it's a pass. I was just wondering what should I

expect
> from 70-272. (Questions to look 4, # of Questions, harder than

70-271?
> Pretty much just looking for some input. Thanks-Ryan



Fish 12-28-2004 09:49 AM

Re: Question on 70-272
 
I passed the 70-271 today, the pass score is 700, and 64
questions.
>-----Original Message-----
>I didn't study for 70-272 as I wanted to concentrate on

70-271. In the
>end I passed the 70-272 exam with over 900. It was

pretty easy and only
>had ~40 questions.
>
>If you've sat the 2-day course I doubt you'll have a

problem.
>
>Ryan wrote:
>> I all...... I passed 70-271 last Thursday with a score

of 728....I
>know
>> that's not great, but it's a pass. I was just

wondering what should I
>expect
>> from 70-272. (Questions to look 4, # of Questions,

harder than
>70-271?
>> Pretty much just looking for some input. Thanks-Ryan

>
>.
>


Ryan 12-28-2004 03:27 PM

Re: Question on 70-272
 
Anyone else have details on test 70-272??????

"Ryan" <beckerryan@Charter.net> wrote in message
news:uonlOf76EHA.3616@TK2MSFTNGP11.phx.gbl...
> I all...... I passed 70-271 last Thursday with a score of 728....I know
> that's not great, but it's a pass. I was just wondering what should I

expect
> from 70-272. (Questions to look 4, # of Questions, harder than 70-271?
> Pretty much just looking for some input. Thanks-Ryan
>
>




Wolf 01-17-2005 04:47 PM

Re: Question on 70-272
 
Ryan, I just passed the 272 on Sat. I got a 727. They are
saying that there is supposed to be more of the drag and drop
questions, but I didn't get any. I had 55 questions and 110 min.
I did take a course that the MCDST was just a part of, but my
instructor was completely suprised that there weren't any of
the drag and drop. I would suggest studying those, because if they
aren't there yet, they will be very soon.

"Ryan" wrote:

> Anyone else have details on test 70-272??????
>
> "Ryan" <beckerryan@Charter.net> wrote in message
> news:uonlOf76EHA.3616@TK2MSFTNGP11.phx.gbl...
> > I all...... I passed 70-271 last Thursday with a score of 728....I know
> > that's not great, but it's a pass. I was just wondering what should I

> expect
> > from 70-272. (Questions to look 4, # of Questions, harder than 70-271?
> > Pretty much just looking for some input. Thanks-Ryan
> >
> >

>
>
>


Stephen Charles Rea \(MCT\) 01-18-2005 01:27 AM

Re: Question on 70-272
 
Thos questions exist. Just remember that there is a large number of
questions that are pooled every time someone takes a test. Sometimes you
don't get certain questions or certain types of questions. The obvious
purpose is so no one in theory gets the same test.

--
"The Rev"
Microsoft Certified Trainer

Fig Newton: The force required to accelerate a fig 39.37 inches/second
..
"Wolf" <Wolf@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:3D3E9E50-65BF-4E27-B539-2133BC928DB4@microsoft.com...
> Ryan, I just passed the 272 on Sat. I got a 727. They are
> saying that there is supposed to be more of the drag and drop
> questions, but I didn't get any. I had 55 questions and 110 min.
> I did take a course that the MCDST was just a part of, but my
> instructor was completely suprised that there weren't any of
> the drag and drop. I would suggest studying those, because if they
> aren't there yet, they will be very soon.
>
> "Ryan" wrote:
>
> > Anyone else have details on test 70-272??????
> >
> > "Ryan" <beckerryan@Charter.net> wrote in message
> > news:uonlOf76EHA.3616@TK2MSFTNGP11.phx.gbl...
> > > I all...... I passed 70-271 last Thursday with a score of 728....I

know
> > > that's not great, but it's a pass. I was just wondering what should I

> > expect
> > > from 70-272. (Questions to look 4, # of Questions, harder than

70-271?
> > > Pretty much just looking for some input. Thanks-Ryan
> > >
> > >

> >
> >
> >





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