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70-270 Exam prep questions

Discussion in 'Training & Development' started by Repete, Jan 10, 2010.

  1. Repete

    Repete New Member

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    Hi there I'm a newbie

    I have been studying for the 70-270 (self-study) and was hoping someone could point me in the direction of some trustworthy exam prep questions as I would like to find out if the ifno i have been studying in 'inline' with the exam.(no brain dumps or cheats pls!!)
     
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  2. beaumontdvd

    beaumontdvd Kilobyte Poster

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    Just out of interest how much bigger is the 270 compared to the 272 and 271?
    Im starting to study it, I believe some of the books have exam prep questions on the cd.

    There are many online, maybe try and flick through a few websites so you get a taste of the differnt questions, good luck, let me know how you do.

    Regards,

    Dave
     
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  3. wagnerk
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    Try Preplogic, Transcender, Boson, Measure-Up, etc...

    -ken
     
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  4. JonnyMX

    JonnyMX Petabyte Poster

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    I don't think you can say it's 'bigger', after all, it's one exam rather than two.
    As I understand it, 271 and 272 deal more with supporting issues on a desktop and don't deal with networking or a domain in any great deal, other than the basic troubleshooting of not being able to logon or print etc.

    270 takes a more domain-oriented view of supporting XP. It includes installation and looks at firewalls, shares, hardware profiles etc. My perception was that it was a more holistic view and hence maybe a little bit more complicated if you haven't been exposed to a network/domain environment.
     
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  5. Repete

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