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    Default Microsoft 70-513 certificaton

    Has anyone sat for the 70-513 recently?

    I am wondering – is it a standard multiple choice questions only (as I have seen in all the Microsoft exams before) – or there would be some drag-n-drop questions as well?

    When I say "drag-n-drop" questions – I mean I would be presented with a bits of xml configuration which I would have to re-arrange (using a mouse) to put them in a correct order?
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    I have the intention of taking it this summer. The only developer exam I have taken to date was a beta and it didn't have anything but your standard multiple choice. But if you could post any info when you take it, I would be very thankful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterTr View Post
    Has anyone sat for the 70-513 recently?

    I am wondering – is it a standard multiple choice questions only (as I have seen in all the Microsoft exams before) – or there would be some drag-n-drop questions as well?

    When I say "drag-n-drop" questions – I mean I would be presented with a bits of xml configuration which I would have to re-arrange (using a mouse) to put them in a correct order?

    Hi,

    As far as I know t
    his Microsoft’s 70-513 exam consists of multiple-choice questions, Hot Area, Drag and Drop, Build list and reorder, and Build a Tree questions. The test can be adaptive and simulation questions might be asked. There are no Case study type questions. You will be required to attempt approximately 50-60 questions in 120 minutes.

    Thanks!
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