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  1. Junior Member
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    Default 294 - How many SIMS

    Hi there

    Gonna take this is a couple of weeks time - How many SIM's did everyone get on there paper out of interest. I was suprised because I took my 284 and didnt have any!!

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    I passed with 700!! How lucky./

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    Congratulations.

    Yeah, I have heard that the 294 is a tough nut to crack. Good luck with the other Beast (aka 293) and 298.
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    Congratulations

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    Congratulations on the pass!

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    [removed by Webmaster] My experience seemed to mimic thehoops experience in this case.

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    Congrats!

  9. Drops by now and again astorrs's Avatar
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    #8
    Just a friendly reminder to everyone (especially those new to the forums)...

    The following are all considered NDA violations by Microsoft:
    • Listing the number of a particular type of question (e.g. simulations)
    • Listing the number of questions on a particular topic
    • Mentioning a specific question or the content of a question even if rephrased in your own words
    All of those have been broken in this thread. I would suggest you edit your previous posts to reflect the above points (or if a moderator could make those changes). I know you all worked hard to get your certs and nobody wants to get called out by Microsoft for an honest mistake.

    Have a look at this thread and watch the webcast listed on it for some more details, it's well worth your time: Redmond CSI: Anti-piracy and Microsoft Certification

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