about 70-293 exam

JHON CENAJHON CENA Posts: 20Member ■□□□□□□□□□
hi

any one pass this exam recently ?

as evrey one say that this exam is so hard and alot of people fail !

give me any link to download new simulation or any expected questions

so any advice will be useful icon_wink.gif

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my second question

to be mcse so this exams numbers is right path and make me certified:

70-270
70-680
70-290
70-291
70-293
70-294
70-297


thanks my friends

Comments

  • DevilsbaneDevilsbane Posts: 4,212Member
    I passed this exam sometime late last year. October/November. I used the transcender questions which included some simulations.

    Those exams you listed will get you to MCSE:

    The 70-270 and 70-680 are both client exams. One will be used for the client exam and the other for the elective. If you have any certifications already (A+/Net+ or Security+ ect) then you might already have your elective out of the way and would only need to take one of these.

    70-290, 70-291,70-293, and 70-294 are all required.

    Then the 70-297 would be your design elective.
    Decide what to be and go be it.
  • JHON CENAJHON CENA Posts: 20Member ■□□□□□□□□□
    really thanks Devilsbaneicon_thumright.gif
    for your detailed answer
    wish the best for you
  • Todd BurrellTodd Burrell Posts: 280Member
    If you can use 70-680 for your MCSE take that one instead of 70-270. I believe that 680 would count for both the MCSE and MCITP.

    293 was a royal pain - it had around 50 LONG questions and it took me well over 2 hours to complete it. Each question seemed like a book and by the time you get to the answers you will forget half of what you read.

    The MS Press questions with the CD were good and Transcender is very good. You can use selftest in place of Transcender to save some money, as both sets of questions are similar.

    Good luck.
  • DevilsbaneDevilsbane Posts: 4,212Member
    Correct, the 680 can be used for both.

    Todd, which design exam did you take?
    Decide what to be and go be it.
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