Microsoft Announces Simulation Questions

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  1. SimonV
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    Microsoft Announces Simulation Questions

    The Microsoft Learning Group announced what it calls a "dramatic change in the testing protocol," with the incorporation of newly developed performance-based question types to its exams. The new question types will begin to appear in exams in late March.

    The Learning Group previewed performance-based questions, also called "simulations," to Microsoft Certified Trainers and Certified Partners for Learning Solutions members at a special non-disclosure session at Microsoft's World Wide Sales partner conference in Toronto last summer.

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    1. Phil
      Very interesting Si, this made me laugh though

      yeah right :)
    2. AJ
      Wot Phil said [​IMG]
    3. Gaz 45
      Gaz 45
      Great, i'll be doing those exams around June (if I get a move on).
      Hope computeach are ready to alter the learning plan if needed!
    4. tripwire45
      I read this elsewhere a few days ago. I hope this is Microsoft's attempt (yeah, right) to actually construct certification exams that test a candidate's knowledge rather than trying to trick them into failing (and paying to retake) the exam. Just my cynical opinion. ;)
    5. AJ
      and what Trip said [​IMG]
    6. drum_dude
      oh sh*t!!!!

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