I'm pretty new to the Windows Server OSes. I started working on NT 4.0 in\n1999, Windows Server 2000 in 2001, and Windows Server 2003 just a few months\nago. I'm trying to pass my first Windows Server 2003 exam - 70-290. I\nattended the Microsoft 2273A class, read the Sybex 70-290 Study Guide, and\nthe Microsoft Press 70-290 study guide. However, when I took a MeasureUp\npractice exam, I failed with a 53% and did not pass any objective out of\nfive. I admit the possibility exists that I'm just too stupid to pass the\nexam, however I've been successfully working on networks and servers for\nover 20 years. The most difficult aspects of the exam seemed to be where you\nare presented with a very long scenario - I just can't keep the facts\nstraight. Does anyone have a tried and true method for how to handle\nquestions such as these? I'm going back to the books, but I would appreciate\nsome study and exam taking tips.