The real objective is to genuinely learn the material, so you can complete those tasks in a live environment. Obtaining a certification should not be the end goal; it's just the beginning.
for my first exam, 70-290, a friend of mine done me 5 questions from an 'actual test paper'
this isnt dumping, it was to get a flavour of what the test was like, and i'm quite happy he done that.
I will also do a similar thing for 297, so i get a feel of how the scenario's work.
That does not mean that its a good idea to read every pool question and remember those that you didnt understand during your studies.
Where the '5 questions' helped me was ....... and i can easily share the tips now ....
This kind of justification always amazes me. Why is it okay to **** "just a little"? Is stealing $5 from someone all right, but stealing $500 wrong? You just want the $5 so can see what it's like to ride the subway, so that when you get a job and earn $500 you can decide if you want to buy a legitimate 1 year pass on the subway?
I am pretty sure that if you ask a buddy in college for just 5 questions from your Chemistry finals so you can see what the professor is going to test you on when you take it, that you will get flunked if caught. I bet your professor won't buy into any of your reasonings why it isn't "cheating" to just look at 5 questions.
This is not a flame by the way, this is my standard use of analogies that I hope will change your mind about using ****.
sorry for my previous post.
May be i am wrong.................................
Alright, but I'm going to keep an eye on you
(Sorry, I just realized there were more emoticons, and when I saw that one, I thought of this thread. What other use could it possibly have?)
I think the Minnesota winter is getting to you dynamik. You need to head south for a vacation. :P