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myrt webb
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      06-08-2004
How does the exam for a design cert like 70-220, differ
from the core cert exams(210,215,216,217)??
 
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      06-08-2004
It differs by roughly 3 to 10 digits.

Glad to help,
Sandwor

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How does the exam for a design cert like 70-220, differ
from the core cert exams(210,215,216,217)?

 
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      06-09-2004
"=?Utf-8?B?U2FuZHdvcm0=?=" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in
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> It differs by roughly 3 to 10 digits.
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> Glad to help,
> Sandworm
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> ----- myrt webb wrote: -----
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> How does the exam for a design cert like 70-220, differ
> from the core cert exams(210,215,216,217)??
>


very precise...

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Jose Samuel
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      06-09-2004
A lot more to read...understand...the scenarios

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> > How does the exam for a design cert like 70-220, differ
> > from the core cert exams(210,215,216,217)??
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J. Q. Etuo, MCSE/CCNA/A+
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      06-09-2004
I completed the 2003 track
but took the 220 for my design
cert because the new exam wasn't
available yet.
The design exam looks
nothing like any of the other MCSE
exams. There's a lot to read.
The exam contains only scenarios.
The one good bit of news is for once
there is little time pressure.
I can almost guarantee you won't
run out of time.
Remember word problems back in
grade school? Recall how jotting
down all you're given and all you
need to determine was so important?
Of course, some of what you read in a
scenario is fluff. Ask yourself
which facts in the scenario you,
the consultant,
can do anything with or about.
Another nice thing about the 220
is it seems to be free of the trick
questions found on many of
the other tests. The only trick to
avoid is being bogged down
in the irrelevant material.
If you've done well so far, you
will do well here. I felt the 220 (Security Design),
the 270 (XP), and my elective (ISA) were the three
easy tests. The other 4, on the other hand,
were much harder and had much longer lists
of relevant topics.
Good luck to you.

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> How does the exam for a design cert like 70-220, differ
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myrt webb
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      06-09-2004
Thank you for a relevant answer.

>-----Original Message-----
>I completed the 2003 track
>but took the 220 for my design
>cert because the new exam wasn't
>available yet.
>The design exam looks
>nothing like any of the other MCSE
>exams. There's a lot to read.
>The exam contains only scenarios.
>The one good bit of news is for once
>there is little time pressure.
>I can almost guarantee you won't
>run out of time.
>Remember word problems back in
>grade school? Recall how jotting
>down all you're given and all you
>need to determine was so important?
>Of course, some of what you read in a
>scenario is fluff. Ask yourself
>which facts in the scenario you,
>the consultant,
>can do anything with or about.
>Another nice thing about the 220
>is it seems to be free of the trick
>questions found on many of
>the other tests. The only trick to
>avoid is being bogged down
>in the irrelevant material.
>If you've done well so far, you
>will do well here. I felt the 220 (Security Design),
>the 270 (XP), and my elective (ISA) were the three
>easy tests. The other 4, on the other hand,
>were much harder and had much longer lists
>of relevant topics.
>Good luck to you.
>
>==============
>
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Steve A
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      06-10-2004

>-----Original Message-----
>How does the exam for a design cert like 70-220, differ
>from the core cert exams(210,215,216,217)??
>.
>


More focused on Security design than the others, from what
I noticed. I am about to take it this week and I've
noticed that the material is like focused on security
while the core 4 you listed above me only carry segments
on security.
 
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