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(Microsoft) Performance-Based Testing Flies Into Pilot Phase

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    (Microsoft) Performance-Based Testing Flies Into Pilot Phase



    Microsoft offers up version of exam that tests new performance-based questions covering Active Directory implementation with Windows Server 2008.

    Microsoft turns performance-based testing up a notch with twist: an exam with question types that you answer by working within an emulated environment. According to a blog post from Microsoft Learning marketing communications team member Trika Harms zum Spreckel that provides loads of detail on the new performance-based tests, the new exam type differs from simulations in that the environment that you're being tested on is a working environment, and the task you're asked to perform may be done using several different paths, rather than a prescribed or recommendeded route that's often hard-coded into a simulation.

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