70-210 IN DIRE NEED OF HELP!!!!!!!!

Discussion in 'MCSE' started by Robert, Oct 5, 2003.

  1. Robert

    Robert Guest

    Hey All,

    I will be taking my first test (70-210) tomorrow, and I
    would like an idea of the format they use for the actual
    tests. I have used Transcender, Mircosoft Press, and Exam
    Gear. I can pass the tests, except when I do the ones for
    ExamGear. It seems as though the answers to those
    questions, come out of nowhere. I've been studying for
    about 3 months now using every resources I can find. But,
    it seems the ExamGear questions that I do, make me feel
    like I haven't learned jack. Could someone please help?

    Robert, Oct 5, 2003
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  2. Robert

    Rich Guest

    The transcender test are a fair representation of 70-210.
    Rich, Oct 6, 2003
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  3. Robert

    A. Vargas Guest


    MS Press gives out some good test questions. You may even
    see some on the actual test. If you've been working with
    Win2k for a while and feel familiar with the OS then you
    should be ok. If all else fails, I'm sure that you can
    easily eliminate two of the answers, which leaves you with
    two. If at that point you don't know the answers, then
    maybe you need to hit the books again. Some people also
    take a look at braindumps and cramsheets to give you an
    idea of what kind of questions you'll be seeing. Hope this

    A. Vargas, Oct 6, 2003
  4. Robert

    adam Guest

    loves them that way.
    For real exam practice, go to www.mcsebraindumps.com.
    They have a lot of useful forums there....
    adam, Oct 7, 2003
  5. Robert

    Adriana Guest

    Braindumps aren't very accurate either, and, well, if you
    were an employer would you want someone who'd just
    memorised all the questions (which is all a Braindump is
    for anyway)or actually knew thier stuff?

    My advice, steer clear of the Braindumps - might be also
    worth trying Benchmarque Examiner at
    www.benchmarquesoftware.co.uk - it's a very nice british
    self-test and cheaper then trancender too.
    Adriana, Oct 7, 2003
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