Question about 70-300

Discussion in 'MCSD' started by tommylee, Jun 30, 2003.

  1. tommylee

    tommylee Guest

    I am planning to take 70-300, Do you know how many questions, cases, and
    time are given ?

    Thanks for your help
     
    tommylee, Jun 30, 2003
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  2. tommylee

    tommylee Guest

    Hi Caio,

    I have passed 70-229 last Friday !!! You were right, a lot of
    tricky questions. I was given 44 questions but only 110 minutes
    (not 2 hours).
    The way I did it is I skipped the lengthy questions then return to them
    after I finished the easier ones. I barely have enough time to finish.
    Database is NOT my strength. But hard work seems to help a lot.
    Thanks for giving me the test info because it help me mentally...

    I am wondering if you are working on MCSD.NET or you
    already are one ?

    Thanks
     
    tommylee, Jun 30, 2003
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  3. tommylee

    Bob S Guest

    Just took it. You get 120 minutes to answer questions. I think the number
    of cases varies, three or four, I think. Don't remember how many questions,
    but there was plenty of time.

    I just prepared with MSDN and Technet (both free online) and Self Test
    Software. You don't need to sweat over this one.
     
    Bob S, Jun 30, 2003
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  4. tommylee

    tommylee Guest

    Thanks Bob,

    That is very comforting to know. I saw a lot of people from this
    forum having trouble with 70-300. I was kind of worried. I am
    studying ExamCram2 book. It seems to be very good.
    This is the my last mile stone to finish my MCSD.net adventure :--)

    wish me luck :--)
     
    tommylee, Jul 1, 2003
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  5. tommylee

    tommylee Guest

    Hi Caio :

    70-316 is the most easy test in the 3 MCAD tests. You should not
    have problem with it. I have tons of time left after I finished
    that test.

    Good luck...
     
    tommylee, Jul 1, 2003
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