Has anyone attended the 70-659 Jumpstart class?

ZentraediZentraedi Posts: 150Member
Just wondering if anyone has attended the "jumpstart" 70-659 class that Microsoft is offering.

Does anyone know what the schedule is like?
How often are breaks and how long?
Is it pretty modular?

I might do the next one, but I'd probably have to skip the last two hours of it.
Think that should be good enough? Apparently, the voucher activation is at some point during the training. Anyone know if that comes during the last 1 or 2 hours?
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  • thall860thall860 Posts: 48Member ■■□□□□□□□□
    It covers the main 6 modules of the test with a ten minute break in between sessions.

    The voucher is sent to you in an email a day before the class (the email also has log in instructions)

    Also, all of the modules are available to download a day or two after the course to watch again.
    Had all of my WGU courses but too much to keep up on. I am working at it, will let you know when finished.
  • ZentraediZentraedi Posts: 150Member
    Thanks! That's just what I needed to know. :D
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  • RoguetadhgRoguetadhg Posts: 2,472Member
    Zentaedi, a fellow Robotech fan?
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  • ZentraediZentraedi Posts: 150Member
    Roguetadhg wrote: »
    Zentaedi, a fellow Robotech fan?

    Not really. Robotechnology is an abomination.

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  • undomielundomiel Posts: 2,818Member
    Well since he's in Japan that should likely make him a Macross fan rather than a Robotech US hack job fan.
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