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  1. BOBBY_TABLES RobertKaucher's Avatar
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    Hello,

    Can someone please tell me if it's necessary to know the exact syntax of functions in javascript for this exam ? I'm talking about String/Array/Number functions specifically.

    Also, I have about 25 days to prepare and I have no background in HTML5 and CSS3.Will I benefit more from reading a book on HTML5,CSS3,JS or just watch video tutorials ? I don't know if I remember all the information just watching videos.
    In short, yes. You need to understand how JavaScript works. You also need to know some jQuery and how common functions like $.ajax(), among others, work as well. 25 days is not really enough time unless you have 6 months experience at least in building data-driven JavaScript applications.
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    Just pass the exam with 976/1000. Thanks alot to this guide from RobertKaucher!
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    I would like to read your experience about the time it took you to finish the test. For me, it wasn't enough... I really took my time to read and understand every single question and then I answered. I passed, but if I had been given more time I would have done this better. Regards
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    I have taken a lot of MS certification exams. And I have really come to know myself and my knowledge. In most cases, either I know the answer or I do not. I read the question carefully, and I select my answer. If I do not feel I know the answer but I might be able to work it out, I select it for review. If it is clear that I cannot workout the correct answer from the information provided (like a question that requires you know syntax of a command or the properties of a C# or JS object), then I just go with my gut and click the one I think looks right.

    The longest I ever took on any exam was the Windows 7 configuration exam when it was released to beta testers. It had 75 questions and I really wanted to take time and give feedback regarding the exam. That's kind of the point of beta testing an exam after all. It took me two hours to complete. I was exhausted afterwards.

    But in general I have a pretty good methodology. Like I said, I read the question carefully and if I believe I know the answer, I select it and move on. I do not question myself or review questions that I am sure I know/don't know. That allows me some time to really think about the small number of questions I have some doubts about. I think those tend to be around 5 questions each exam I take.
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    Robert, any thoughts on the lynda.com html5 video lessons ? Are they good enough for this examination ? If I had to prioritize the subjects, would you say that JS should be top priority followed by html5 and then css3 ?
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    Sorry, I didn't see your message until now. But since you passed I guess it didn't matter! I like Lynda, but honestly I think that PluralSight is a better investment for a developer.
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    Yeah, +1 for Pluralsight. I'm making my way through their Python course right now.
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    I passed this exam today.
    Now it will be some certificate or only if i complete the three exams?
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    With the 480 you can get an "MS Specialist" certificate but you will have to order it from the MCP site. There is a cost for shipping but it's not much.

    See the MCP site for more details. And congratulations!
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    With the 480 you can get an "MS Specialist" certificate but you will have to order it from the MCP site. There is a cost for shipping but it's not much.

    See the MCP site for more details. And congratulations!
    Thanks for your comment.
    Buh, if i need to regist on MCP site, and how they know that's me?
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    Thanks to Robert Kaucher! I'm getting ready to take this exam before the MVC4 exam but was wondering if you could post your link in your signature block so we could find it based on your last reply.

    I have covered a lot of material lately. I'm going to cover the pluralsight vids and do some web coding and hope for a double take. If I don't i'll have to foot the bill on this first test, if i don't pass. Can you provide feed back on the MVC4 exam? Also does anyone now if they plan to update this MVC4 exam with MVC5 material?

    I'd like to pass all three exams by end of 2014! Thanks everyone for this site and tread!

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    People look down on dumps in this forum, and won't give you info on where to find them. Instead, try to go through the stuff that RobertKaucher provided and learn the material.
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    Have some dignity and self respect. Why cheat? Where's the sense of accomplishment in that? Study hard and make that pass count.
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    Default Taking 70-480 in 2 hrs

    I have extensive experience in HTML5, CSS and AJAX so I'm kinda going in without studying much. I just brushed up on the Web Worker API and yeah... . jQuery too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by fuz1on View Post
    I have extensive experience in HTML5, CSS and AJAX so I'm kinda going in without studying much. I just brushed up on the Web Worker API and yeah... . jQuery too!
    Haha...I bombed it! I don't know but I think I got an abundant amount of proprietary questions about the Web Worker API and Microsoft-specific processes (which makes sense since it's a MS exam ). Also, the GUI interface is sorta unintuitive (or I'm just dumb ) but I thought I'd set an answer a couple of times but I had to move it to an area to the right - I thought it was an extra area to sort. Haha...on to the next one though .
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    #116
    So I just purchased the MS Exam Book for this test and I've gotten as far as Chapter 1.1 before hitting the first depreciated/obsolete tag being taught as current HTML5 semantic markup.

    Does anyone know if the test is being updated to reflect changes in the HTML5 spec - or should I study what is presented in the book? I checked the website for known errors in the book, but there aren't any listed.

    I'm coming from a desktop background so I'm a bit worried about this exam and want to make sure I get off on the right foot (which is why I started using the MS exam book)
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    Hi Robert,
    I am new to html5 css3 and Javascript. Do you think I can Crack the exam before jan2017 ? Or I should start by foundation first then go to exam ?
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