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    Default CBT Nuggests or Transcender or both?

    Studying for 70-410 and wanted to know which were better test prep questions..
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    CBT Nuggets provides Transcenders with their subscriptions, if I'm not mistaken.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PJ_Sneakers View Post
    CBT Nuggets provides Transcenders with their subscriptions, if I'm not mistaken.
    huh ok, I thought they were two different entities.. I know measureup has some deal with microsoft I believe..
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    They are two different entities, but they give you access to Transcender when you pay. Keep in mind that they DON'T provide Transcender access during their 7-day free trial period.
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    I've had good experiences with both Transcender and MeasureUp. Just don't keep using them over and over until you memorize the questions and answers. That will do you no good.
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    I highly recommend Boson practice exams. They are stupid hard, far harder sometimes than the actual test but you will learn the material if you use the testing correctly.

    Transcender is pretty good but I haven't found them as helpful as I used to with recent tests.

    Measureup is okay and my Microsoft rep keeps telling me how great they are. So far I found them to not be as helpful as others but I am giving them another try for this test go around.
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    Transcender is that's what I think... They didn't help me at all . The questions they give you don't even come up in the exam. Some of the questions they gave me really didn't go with the exam at all. I guess it just gets you ready for the layout for the real exam. I tried to get a high score on the Transcender and I could never do it. But that's just me (one person) that didn't like it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Louie1277 View Post
    Transcender is that's what I think... They didn't help me at all . The questions they give you don't even come up in the exam. Some of the questions they gave me really didn't go with the exam at all. I guess it just gets you ready for the layout for the real exam. I tried to get a high score on the Transcender and I could never do it. But that's just me (one person) that didn't like it.
    Thanks for the info!! What did you use for study material to pass 410?
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    I found the Transcender tests to be very helpful for the 410 but not so much for the 411. I'm still glad I used them for the 411, but they were nowhere near as helpful to me as they were for the 410. I used Measure Up as well for the 411 and found it to be OK as well but still not great.
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    What about INE?
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    Quote Originally Posted by AndersonSmith View Post
    I found the Transcender tests to be very helpful for the 410 but not so much for the 411. I'm still glad I used them for the 411, but they were nowhere near as helpful to me as they were for the 410. I used Measure Up as well for the 411 and found it to be OK as well but still not great.
    Awesome thanks a bunch!!!
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