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J.Alonso
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      09-05-2006
Hi All, Hi from Spain:

Sorry for my English, is too bad.

This is my first time that enter in this community since I have just obtain
my certification 70-270. I am fully satisfied. Next target 70-290.

Somebody… Could Tell me how many questions are used to putting and as much
as time they are used to leaving in the exam?

It´s too hard, buff… I´m studying the books MOC-2164 and MOC-2146 (I think
that the reference is different in English.

Any advise for my next exam?...Study a lot…jajejijoju

Congratulations to everyone!..We are the champions….We are the champios..

 
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Montreal MCT
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      09-05-2006
Hola Senor Alonso,

Congratulations on passing 70-270, and good luck with 70-290!

Though we are not allowed to tell you specifically how many questions are on
a particular exam, I can tell you that most exams are between 45 and 60
questions.

How much time you should study for a given exam would depend on your level
of experience with the product. If you have been administering Windows 2003
networks for 4 years then you might only need to spend a little time
reviewing, but if you are relatively new to it then I suggest studying a few
hours per day every day until you are comfortable that you are familiar
enough with the material to pass the exam... that could be measured in weeks
or months, and will depend on you.

The advice I have for your next exam (and every other one) is to know your
material. Take a few practice exams (I like the Readiness Review Suites that
come with the Microsoft Press books, but I do not know what they have in
Spanish) and when you are ready to go, do not sit around and wait. When you
feel you are ready, try to schedule the exam within a couple of days. Also
take your time to read every question properly. If you are unsure, try to
work backwards: very often you can eliminate one or two of the options out of
hand, and then you have to read the remaining answers and decide which would
work better.

Good luck and let us know how it goes!

M
--
MDG, MCT
MCSA (2003), MCSA (2000), MCDST.
Certified Small Business Specialist
Visit my blog at http://www.mitpro.ca/Blogs/tabid/59/...2/Default.aspx


"J.Alonso" wrote:

> Hi All, Hi from Spain:
>
> Sorry for my English, is too bad.
>
> This is my first time that enter in this community since I have just obtain
> my certification 70-270. I am fully satisfied. Next target 70-290.
>
> Somebody… Could Tell me how many questions are used to putting and as much
> as time they are used to leaving in the exam?
>
> It´s too hard, buff… I´m studying the books MOC-2164 and MOC-2146 (I think
> that the reference is different in English.
>
> Any advise for my next exam?...Study a lot…jajejijoju
>
> Congratulations to everyone!..We are the champions….We are the champios..
>

 
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J.Alonso
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      09-05-2006
Thanks for your fast answer!!!!!.

I´m 3 years old of experience as the administrator in W2000 Enterprise
(Cluster)and more or less 2 years in W2k3 but I am not an expert on it. In
the exam 70-270 put me 58 questions and they gave me 2:15 minutes.

For the time I am not doing simulations in a suite called selftest or
ucertify. For now I am reading the MOC-2164. The exam 70-290 I will do it in
November.

Thanks a lot

Bye Bye my friends

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"Montreal MCT" wrote:

> Hola Senor Alonso,
>
> Congratulations on passing 70-270, and good luck with 70-290!
>
> Though we are not allowed to tell you specifically how many questions are on
> a particular exam, I can tell you that most exams are between 45 and 60
> questions.
>
> How much time you should study for a given exam would depend on your level
> of experience with the product. If you have been administering Windows 2003
> networks for 4 years then you might only need to spend a little time
> reviewing, but if you are relatively new to it then I suggest studying a few
> hours per day every day until you are comfortable that you are familiar
> enough with the material to pass the exam... that could be measured in weeks
> or months, and will depend on you.
>
> The advice I have for your next exam (and every other one) is to know your
> material. Take a few practice exams (I like the Readiness Review Suites that
> come with the Microsoft Press books, but I do not know what they have in
> Spanish) and when you are ready to go, do not sit around and wait. When you
> feel you are ready, try to schedule the exam within a couple of days. Also
> take your time to read every question properly. If you are unsure, try to
> work backwards: very often you can eliminate one or two of the options out of
> hand, and then you have to read the remaining answers and decide which would
> work better.
>
> Good luck and let us know how it goes!
>
> M
> --
> MDG, MCT
> MCSA (2003), MCSA (2000), MCDST.
> Certified Small Business Specialist
> Visit my blog at http://www.mitpro.ca/Blogs/tabid/59/...2/Default.aspx
>
>
> "J.Alonso" wrote:
>
> > Hi All, Hi from Spain:
> >
> > Sorry for my English, is too bad.
> >
> > This is my first time that enter in this community since I have just obtain
> > my certification 70-270. I am fully satisfied. Next target 70-290.
> >
> > Somebody… Could Tell me how many questions are used to putting and as much
> > as time they are used to leaving in the exam?
> >
> > It´s too hard, buff… I´m studying the books MOC-2164 and MOC-2146 (I think
> > that the reference is different in English.
> >
> > Any advise for my next exam?...Study a lot…jajejijoju
> >
> > Congratulations to everyone!..We are the champions….We are the champios..
> >

 
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Montreal MCT
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      09-05-2006
Es mi placer amigo, y suerte en Noviembre!

M
--
MDG, MCT
MCSA (2003), MCSA (2000), MCDST.
Certified Small Business Specialist
Visit my blog at http://www.mitpro.ca/Blogs/tabid/59/...2/Default.aspx


"J.Alonso" wrote:

> Thanks for your fast answer!!!!!.
>
> I´m 3 years old of experience as the administrator in W2000 Enterprise
> (Cluster)and more or less 2 years in W2k3 but I am not an expert on it. In
> the exam 70-270 put me 58 questions and they gave me 2:15 minutes.
>
> For the time I am not doing simulations in a suite called selftest or
> ucertify. For now I am reading the MOC-2164. The exam 70-290 I will do it in
> November.
>
> Thanks a lot
>
> Bye Bye my friends
>
> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
> "Montreal MCT" wrote:
>
> > Hola Senor Alonso,
> >
> > Congratulations on passing 70-270, and good luck with 70-290!
> >
> > Though we are not allowed to tell you specifically how many questions are on
> > a particular exam, I can tell you that most exams are between 45 and 60
> > questions.
> >
> > How much time you should study for a given exam would depend on your level
> > of experience with the product. If you have been administering Windows 2003
> > networks for 4 years then you might only need to spend a little time
> > reviewing, but if you are relatively new to it then I suggest studying a few
> > hours per day every day until you are comfortable that you are familiar
> > enough with the material to pass the exam... that could be measured in weeks
> > or months, and will depend on you.
> >
> > The advice I have for your next exam (and every other one) is to know your
> > material. Take a few practice exams (I like the Readiness Review Suites that
> > come with the Microsoft Press books, but I do not know what they have in
> > Spanish) and when you are ready to go, do not sit around and wait. When you
> > feel you are ready, try to schedule the exam within a couple of days. Also
> > take your time to read every question properly. If you are unsure, try to
> > work backwards: very often you can eliminate one or two of the options out of
> > hand, and then you have to read the remaining answers and decide which would
> > work better.
> >
> > Good luck and let us know how it goes!
> >
> > M
> > --
> > MDG, MCT
> > MCSA (2003), MCSA (2000), MCDST.
> > Certified Small Business Specialist
> > Visit my blog at http://www.mitpro.ca/Blogs/tabid/59/...2/Default.aspx
> >
> >
> > "J.Alonso" wrote:
> >
> > > Hi All, Hi from Spain:
> > >
> > > Sorry for my English, is too bad.
> > >
> > > This is my first time that enter in this community since I have just obtain
> > > my certification 70-270. I am fully satisfied. Next target 70-290.
> > >
> > > Somebody… Could Tell me how many questions are used to putting and as much
> > > as time they are used to leaving in the exam?
> > >
> > > It´s too hard, buff… I´m studying the books MOC-2164 and MOC-2146 (I think
> > > that the reference is different in English.
> > >
> > > Any advise for my next exam?...Study a lot…jajejijoju
> > >
> > > Congratulations to everyone!..We are the champions….We are the champios..
> > >

 
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Blackmetal
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      09-05-2006
Vale tio, mira que por lo general son de 45 a 50 preguntas. Si has estudiado
bien puedes resolver en una hora o talvez un poco mas. El examen 290 es la
version "Server" del 270 (debido a que muchos conceptos aplicados en el 270
tamben son para el 290) y esta orientado al sistema operativo Windows
basicamente.

En el 291 es donde tendras topicos diferentes como RRAS, DNS, DHCP entre
otros.

Sigue estudiando tio y suerte!

"J.Alonso" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
news:(E-Mail Removed)...
> Hi All, Hi from Spain:
>
> Sorry for my English, is too bad.
>
> This is my first time that enter in this community since I have just
> obtain
> my certification 70-270. I am fully satisfied. Next target 70-290.
>
> Somebody. Could Tell me how many questions are used to putting and as much
> as time they are used to leaving in the exam?
>
> Its too hard, buff. Im studying the books MOC-2164 and MOC-2146 (I think
> that the reference is different in English.
>
> Any advise for my next exam?...Study a lot.jajejijoju
>
> Congratulations to everyone!..We are the champions..We are the champios..
>



 
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J.Alonso
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      09-06-2006
Gracias Blackmetal por toda la información:

Es de agradecer que te contesten, por ahora estor terminando el segundo
tocho, luego va el repaso, si me da tiempo un segundo repaso y como colocon
las simulaciones en las suites de proveedores de examenes.

La verdad que cuando recib* el cursillo me gustó y se me hizo ameno, otra
cosa es que sus temas tienen mucha miga...jeje

Buff, es un sin vivir, pero cuando terminas el test y te dice la "pc" que lo
has superado con exito da un subidoooon que no te imaginas

Gracias y Saludos cordiales


"Blackmetal" wrote:

> Vale tio, mira que por lo general son de 45 a 50 preguntas. Si has estudiado
> bien puedes resolver en una hora o talvez un poco mas. El examen 290 es la
> version "Server" del 270 (debido a que muchos conceptos aplicados en el 270
> tamben son para el 290) y esta orientado al sistema operativo Windows
> basicamente.
>
> En el 291 es donde tendras topicos diferentes como RRAS, DNS, DHCP entre
> otros.
>
> Sigue estudiando tio y suerte!
>
> "J.Alonso" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
> news:(E-Mail Removed)...
> > Hi All, Hi from Spain:
> >
> > Sorry for my English, is too bad.
> >
> > This is my first time that enter in this community since I have just
> > obtain
> > my certification 70-270. I am fully satisfied. Next target 70-290.
> >
> > Somebody. Could Tell me how many questions are used to putting and as much
> > as time they are used to leaving in the exam?
> >
> > It´s too hard, buff. I´m studying the books MOC-2164 and MOC-2146 (I think
> > that the reference is different in English.
> >
> > Any advise for my next exam?...Study a lot.jajejijoju
> >
> > Congratulations to everyone!..We are the champions..We are the champios..
> >

>
>
>

 
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