exam question

Discussion in 'MCAD' started by igotyourdotnet, Oct 24, 2006.

  1. I'm taken my test in 3 weeks so I was wondering how many questions are on a
    the exam and how much time are you allowed to take the test?
     
    igotyourdotnet, Oct 24, 2006
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  2. exam 70-536 I'm taken
     
    igotyourdotnet, Oct 24, 2006
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  3. usually it will have 43 to 45 questions. All the best

    Regards,
    Thomas Alexander.J

    Us
     
    Thomas Alexander, Oct 30, 2006
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  4. how much time do you get to take it?
    I've seen times posted such as 105 min. to 155 minutes
     
    igotyourdotnet, Oct 30, 2006
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    Glenn Guest

    As of this morning...

    No. of question - 45

    Time available - 115 minutes

    Passing score is 700/1000.
     
    Glenn, Oct 30, 2006
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  6. thanks, I'm actually going Dec 8 to take the test.

    I'm studying the MCTS 70-536 self paced training kit - will that be enough
    for the test? I've taken the lesson review exams so far and passed them all.
    I'm averaging a 98% so far on all the ones i've taken. I've taken 2 practice
    test though and didn't do as well.
     
    igotyourdotnet, Oct 30, 2006
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  7. igotyourdotnet

    Glenn Guest

    Don't rely solely on the book. I found a combination of the book, MSDN2 and
    MSDN Webcasts worked well along with practical exercises of course. I
    rarely used anything else, except when it came to threading. Check out
    http://www.albahari.com

    My advice is, if you don't feel prepared, delay the test. I delayed mine
    FIVE times, mostly due to work commitments and heavy drinking, but I'm glad
    I did.

    The two nights before the exam I crammed to refresh anything I'd studied in
    detail, but also gave sometime to areas I didn't fully understand just so I
    could at least make an educated guess. That seemed to do the trick
    (965/1000), although I probably got lucky on a few.

    Good luck

    Glenn
     
    Glenn, Oct 31, 2006
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  8. thanks for the input. I delayed mine actually twice so far. Though the book
    is good some of the chapters are kind of a "refresher" for me, but the things
    that I never used before I'm reading them over and over again.
    How about an online e-courses, are they worth getting or no?
    I thought about getting some on some areas I don't know or understand that
    well. As for MSDN2 and MSDN I use them alot as for the newsgroups also.
    Thanks for that site on threading, I'll check that out.
     
    igotyourdotnet, Oct 31, 2006
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  9. igotyourdotnet

    Glenn Guest

    I've not tried the e-learning courses. I'm going to try and get some money
    for training for the next exam so I'll probably give them a go.
     
    Glenn, Oct 31, 2006
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  10. ok thanks.

     
    igotyourdotnet, Oct 31, 2006
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