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Measure Up and Transcender

Discussion in 'MCDST' started by karan1337, Dec 26, 2010.

  1. karan1337

    karan1337 Byte Poster

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    Before completing the MS Pressbook for 70-272, i gave transcender a shot and got 78% in a test

    After completing the MS Pressbook, i gave a measureUp test and got 67%

    After completing CBTNuggets, i gave transcender another try and got 80%

    I'm still working on MeasureUp tests but unable to score well in it either with tests or in practice mode. I have only 3 days left for 70-272.

    Any suggestions for last minute preparation/tips from existing MCDST's?

    Help appreciated.
     
    Last edited: Dec 26, 2010
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  2. greenbrucelee
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    Dont do the same pratice exams over and over otherwise you will remember the questions and answers wether you realise that or not.

    Try some other pratice exams from preplogic or Boson (if they have one) to see how you do on them. download demos to see what you like the best.
     
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  3. karan1337

    karan1337 Byte Poster

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    no no GBL, i configured the exam software to remove correctly answered questions.
     
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  4. soundian

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    If you're removing questions you previously answered correctly then you won't be getting any real indication of your overall knowledge.
    With only 3 days left I would go through all the questions starting with my weakest objectives. I would study the answer to every question I got wrong and make sure I understood why I got it wrong.
    Before that though, I'd probably retake a couple of tests after removing any restrictions on the questions so I can get an indication of how well I'm doing and where my weakest areas are.
     
    Last edited: Dec 26, 2010
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