Passed 70-300 today

Discussion in 'MCSD' started by vbquestion@fastmail.fm, Aug 23, 2003.

  1. Guest

    No .Net experience.

    Tonnes of diagrammatic questions where you have to re-arrange
    stuff on the screen, put stuff into ordered lists, like data
    flows and er-diagrams.

    All I used for study was a bit from MSDN on the Microsoft Solutions
    Framework, and the Transcender tests.

    Easy stuff people!

    Oh, and I didn't get a grade, the testing program just said I passed.
    , Aug 23, 2003
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  2. Michael lee Guest

    Congratulatons,now all exams about Microsoft don't show
    you grade. I think this exam is a little diffcult. Two
    months ago, I was failed. I tried it again three weeks ago,
    then I passed. Now I become a MCSD.NET
    >-----Original Message-----
    >No .Net experience.
    >
    >Tonnes of diagrammatic questions where you have to re-

    arrange
    >stuff on the screen, put stuff into ordered lists, like

    data
    >flows and er-diagrams.
    >
    >All I used for study was a bit from MSDN on the Microsoft

    Solutions
    >Framework, and the Transcender tests.
    >
    >Easy stuff people!
    >
    >Oh, and I didn't get a grade, the testing program just

    said I passed.
    >.
    >
    Michael lee, Aug 23, 2003
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  3. Jay Walters Guest

    Congrats - I passed it on my first time go also.

    I think the test is a lot easier for experienced devs. A
    few years of project experience helps a lot.

    However - I wouldn't make a blanket statement about it
    being too easy - the test is a .NET exam - however the
    focus is really about msft best practives, requirements
    gathering, and being able to create a solid app design on
    the msft platform.

    I assume you've been developing for quite some time
    (especially since you stated no .NET xp)


    >-----Original Message-----
    >No .Net experience.
    >
    >Tonnes of diagrammatic questions where you have to re-

    arrange
    >stuff on the screen, put stuff into ordered lists, like

    data
    >flows and er-diagrams.
    >
    >All I used for study was a bit from MSDN on the

    Microsoft Solutions
    >Framework, and the Transcender tests.
    >
    >Easy stuff people!
    >
    >Oh, and I didn't get a grade, the testing program just

    said I passed.
    >.
    >
    Jay Walters, Aug 23, 2003
    #3
  4. Kyle Guest

    Congras!

    Does Transcender Exam (70-300) help? How many case
    studies? Does it look like 70-100 exam (the old MCSD one)?
    Thanks!


    >-----Original Message-----
    >No .Net experience.
    >
    >Tonnes of diagrammatic questions where you have to re-

    arrange
    >stuff on the screen, put stuff into ordered lists, like

    data
    >flows and er-diagrams.
    >
    >All I used for study was a bit from MSDN on the

    Microsoft Solutions
    >Framework, and the Transcender tests.
    >
    >Easy stuff people!
    >
    >Oh, and I didn't get a grade, the testing program just

    said I passed.
    >.
    >
    Kyle, Aug 23, 2003
    #4
  5. Guest

    Yes, Transcender is worth the investment.

    3 Case studies - two chunky ones, one smaller.

    It is very similar to 70-100, in content and feel.

    There is quite a bit of reading for the big case studies,
    I found myself referring back a lot to the case when
    answering questions. I recommend you read the case quite
    lightly first time, then look at the questions, don't bother
    trying to take it all in on the first reading.


    > Congras!
    >
    > Does Transcender Exam (70-300) help? How many case
    > studies? Does it look like 70-100 exam (the old MCSD one)?
    > Thanks!
    , Aug 24, 2003
    #5
  6. Scott Guest

    Greetings.

    I just passed the 70-100 last week and got my MCSD
    certification. I've seen the advertisement about the free
    exam voucher for 70-300, but I figured I couldn't be
    ready for the test fast enough (deadline at the end of
    September).

    However, reading through this thread makes me think maybe
    I could pass 70-300 fairly quickly, especially since I'm
    in that "mode".

    I've got some experience with ASP.NET and ADO.NET. What
    do you think?

    Thanks,
    Scott

    >-----Original Message-----
    >Congrats - I passed it on my first time go also.
    >
    >I think the test is a lot easier for experienced devs. A
    >few years of project experience helps a lot.
    >
    >However - I wouldn't make a blanket statement about it
    >being too easy - the test is a .NET exam - however the
    >focus is really about msft best practives, requirements
    >gathering, and being able to create a solid app design

    on
    >the msft platform.
    >
    >I assume you've been developing for quite some time
    >(especially since you stated no .NET xp)
    >
    >
    >>-----Original Message-----
    >>No .Net experience.
    >>
    >>Tonnes of diagrammatic questions where you have to re-

    >arrange
    >>stuff on the screen, put stuff into ordered lists, like

    >data
    >>flows and er-diagrams.
    >>
    >>All I used for study was a bit from MSDN on the

    >Microsoft Solutions
    >>Framework, and the Transcender tests.
    >>
    >>Easy stuff people!
    >>
    >>Oh, and I didn't get a grade, the testing program just

    >said I passed.
    >>.
    >>

    >.
    >
    Scott, Aug 26, 2003
    #6
  7. jmd Guest

    You should give it a try, after all it's free with the
    voucher and even if you don't pass, you'd have an idea of
    what the exam looks like!


    >-----Original Message-----
    >Greetings.
    >
    >I just passed the 70-100 last week and got my MCSD
    >certification. I've seen the advertisement about the free
    >exam voucher for 70-300, but I figured I couldn't be
    >ready for the test fast enough (deadline at the end of
    >September).
    >
    >However, reading through this thread makes me think maybe
    >I could pass 70-300 fairly quickly, especially since I'm
    >in that "mode".
    >
    >I've got some experience with ASP.NET and ADO.NET. What
    >do you think?
    >
    >Thanks,
    >Scott
    >
    >>-----Original Message-----
    >>Congrats - I passed it on my first time go also.
    >>
    >>I think the test is a lot easier for experienced devs. A
    >>few years of project experience helps a lot.
    >>
    >>However - I wouldn't make a blanket statement about it
    >>being too easy - the test is a .NET exam - however the
    >>focus is really about msft best practives, requirements
    >>gathering, and being able to create a solid app design

    >on
    >>the msft platform.
    >>
    >>I assume you've been developing for quite some time
    >>(especially since you stated no .NET xp)
    >>
    >>
    >>>-----Original Message-----
    >>>No .Net experience.
    >>>
    >>>Tonnes of diagrammatic questions where you have to re-

    >>arrange
    >>>stuff on the screen, put stuff into ordered lists, like

    >>data
    >>>flows and er-diagrams.
    >>>
    >>>All I used for study was a bit from MSDN on the

    >>Microsoft Solutions
    >>>Framework, and the Transcender tests.
    >>>
    >>>Easy stuff people!
    >>>
    >>>Oh, and I didn't get a grade, the testing program just

    >>said I passed.
    >>>.
    >>>

    >>.
    >>

    >.
    >
    jmd, Aug 28, 2003
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