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Discussion in 'Active Directory Exams' started by Chriseast1, May 30, 2008.

  1. Chriseast1

    Chriseast1 Bit Poster

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    Although it will be a little while away yet I like to be prepared and I wondered what resources people have used for the 297 exam? Anyone used the MSPress study guide or the Sybex guide? Any other recommended books/study materials?
     
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  2. onoski

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    I personally would use and recommend the MS press, Sybex I heard and learnt isn't bad either. You'd find majority of people on this forum would have used MS press and one other book as two books are a must. Cheerio:)
     
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  3. Chriseast1

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    I have used MSPress for the other 3 exams so far but wanted to check as I have seen a bad review about this one (Cant remember where)
     
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  4. NightWalker

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    I have used the MS press book for all my MCPs, however don't rely on it as the single resource for study, get a second book or some CBT stuff. No one resource covers everything.
     
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  5. Sparky
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    I used MS Press, Sybex, Cramsession and also Transcender.

    You will also need to be able to read at hyper speed to pass this exam :eek: :biggrin
     
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    Really? I had three hours to do mine!
     
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