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    721!

    Not the greatest score, but a pass is a pass.

    Well, by far that has been my hardest test to date. 40 questions, 3 sims, and I would say that at least 30% or more was on RRAS. RRAS dominated the majority of questions. I had read that DNS was the dominate topic for most folks so that was what I had been studying the hardest.

    I used ********* and Transcender as my test preparation tools primarily. I went through online course material from elementk.com as well. I also used a test network to work through anything that I didn't feel I had a good grasp on.
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    Congrats!!!
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    Well done, great job ! A pass is a pass, and on this beast 721 is worth at least 100 more than on 290 or 270

    glad I didn't get your exam, I'm better on DNS than I am on RRAS !
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    have any of you noticed that he used braindumps as a "primary tool"?

    no congrats from me.
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    Congrats! That's the same exact score that I got.
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    Are you guys serious? You're giving praise to a cheater who also apparently took the time to bypass Johan's braindump filters. I'm with omni, the only thing this guy deserves is a swift kick in the ass.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kalebksp
    Are you guys serious? You're giving praise to a cheater who also apparently took the time to bypass Johan's braindump filters. I'm with omni, the only thing this guy deserves is a swift kick in the ass.
    Most people only read the first few lines before posting a reply. That's why they missed it. I almost missed it myself. That guy is crazy. He tricked Johan's filter.
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    Congratulations on being honest enough to admit you cheated.

    Looks like an honest typo..... rather then a shill for a dump.
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    I agree, it does look like a typo...None the less, he did cheat with TK. Funny thing is it didn't help that much - or is the exam that hard?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bbbngowc
    Funny thing is it didn't help that much - or is the exam that hard?
    I just assume that people who don't want to study enough to pass on their own are also just as lazy when it comes to cheating.
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    We call these people CTSE. Let your imagination flow and maybe you'll figure out what it means .
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    afraid i lack imagination on that one you will have to spell it out
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    I lack also............hook a brotha up.............
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    Certified ******** Sissy Engineer
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    Gotcha - thanks............LOL.........LMAO
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    Quote Originally Posted by kalebksp
    Are you guys serious? You're giving praise to a cheater who also apparently took the time to bypass Johan's braindump filters. I'm with omni, the only thing this guy deserves is a swift kick in the ass.
    Nah, turn him around...kick him where it counts, so he can't spread his stupidity and laziness.....
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    lets not blow it out of all proportion, whoever reads braindumps in my opinion is still learning something though not what i call a truly qualified MCP. If someone was to supplememnt their revision with braindumps then that i can live with hence i am MCP
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    I appreciate all the harshness from everyone. I work with server 2000/2003 often in my current job. I set through the training online via Element-K and then I used the compressed braindump stuff to finalize test preparation.

    I've been working as network/system admin for close to 15 years now, and have never been able to read a book and go take a test. I've always been the type that has to work with something before I can understand it.

    So thanks again for the warm "grats". And regardless of the attacks, thank you guys for contributing to this site, I find it quite valuable.
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    Let me explain something that you might not know. By using the dumps you are directly contributing to the de-valuing of other people's hard earned certifications. By supporting these guys (by purchasing their products) you are giving them more money/resources to pay more people to go take these tests with the purpose of remembering as many questions as possible from the exam. Not to mention, most of the dumps have many flat out wrong answers. You make it sound as if the dumps were only a small part of your prep....if that's the case, why use them at all? It's not needed if you prepare well.
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    No love from me ...................cheater

    You deserve a kick.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkboxer
    I appreciate all the harshness from everyone. I work with server 2000/2003 often in my current job. I set through the training online via Element-K and then I used the compressed braindump stuff to finalize test preparation.

    I've been working as network/system admin for close to 15 years now, and have never been able to read a book and go take a test. I've always been the type that has to work with something before I can understand it.

    So thanks again for the warm "grats". And regardless of the attacks, thank you guys for contributing to this site, I find it quite valuable.
    Awwwwww, look, he's trying to turn this around and make us feel bad that we were mean to him. So do I feel bad now? Anyone have a guess? The answer would be: Not only do I not feel bad, you're even more pathetic because you tried to defend your braindumping. My advice to you is either stop using braindumps or get off this forum. I think the former is the better choice.
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    I'm glad to see that there was one mature reply on this thread - thank you keatron. You said it well.

    To darkboxer - dumps are cheating, plain and simple. I think you also know now (better late than never) how most on this forum feel about them. Having been a member since Oct 05 I am surprised you didn't already know... Next cert you pass, without using a braindump, that's when I'll congradulate you.
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