Re: Books review

Discussion in 'MCAD' started by valko, Sep 21, 2004.

  1. valko

    valko Guest

    Hi

    the main MS Kit adavantage to me was not quality of the books which is not
    too bad, but still some details are missing - do not expect to get big
    picture without digging in msdn (but I do not beleive that there is no any
    book's set on the market who covers ALL details you will need - after all
    this is msdn is what for), instead it was MS kIt training tests - they are
    EXACTLY the same format, look and feel like real exams and in fact about 15%
    of questions are EXACT MATCH - I know that from experience _ I get this
    month 350,306,310.

    good luck
    Valko




    "Fady" <> wrote in message
    news:0a0201c49fde$a49327c0$...
    > I'm planning to do the MCAD, now I'm trying to decide on
    > the books to use. And after I read most of the posting in
    > the group dealing with that topic I'm trying to decide
    > between:
    > 1- Mike's Books
    > 2- Osborn (learnkey)
    > 3- Microsoft self paced kits
    > 4- Microsoft curriculum (the one you get when you go
    > to a training center, so accordingly joining a training
    > course)
    > Please provide me with your opinions, I know that you
    > probably have answered this question several times
    > before, but your help is greatly appreciated.
    >
    > Thank you in advance.
    > Fady
    >
    valko, Sep 21, 2004
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  2. valko

    valko Guest

    and do not expect to learn programming or concepts or whatsoever from MS
    KIT, and as Frank said: "the target for the
    training kits is for people who already have a lot of work experience in the
    material " it was easy for me I have 4 years real production asp.net
    experience

    "valko" <> wrote in message
    news:Oj3kLQ$...
    > Hi
    >
    > the main MS Kit adavantage to me was not quality of the books which is not
    > too bad, but still some details are missing - do not expect to get big
    > picture without digging in msdn (but I do not beleive that there is no any
    > book's set on the market who covers ALL details you will need - after all
    > this is msdn is what for), instead it was MS kIt training tests - they are
    > EXACTLY the same format, look and feel like real exams and in fact about

    15%
    > of questions are EXACT MATCH - I know that from experience _ I get this
    > month 350,306,310.
    >
    > good luck
    > Valko
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > "Fady" <> wrote in message
    > news:0a0201c49fde$a49327c0$...
    > > I'm planning to do the MCAD, now I'm trying to decide on
    > > the books to use. And after I read most of the posting in
    > > the group dealing with that topic I'm trying to decide
    > > between:
    > > 1- Mike's Books
    > > 2- Osborn (learnkey)
    > > 3- Microsoft self paced kits
    > > 4- Microsoft curriculum (the one you get when you go
    > > to a training center, so accordingly joining a training
    > > course)
    > > Please provide me with your opinions, I know that you
    > > probably have answered this question several times
    > > before, but your help is greatly appreciated.
    > >
    > > Thank you in advance.
    > > Fady
    > >

    >
    >
    valko, Sep 21, 2004
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