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    Default I am now Net+ Certified!

    Passed today! Week of HARD studying paid off. Thought that prep logic and transcender practice tests worded their questions weird, which made me nervous. Actual test questions much better to understand IMO. Very Much relieved becuase I didnt feel I put as much efffort as I did into MCP (which was like 4 months HARDCORE studying). Its either Security+ or MCSA 70-290 from here!!!

    Again, I thank the cumulative effort of those who created the technotes, becuase they helped ALOT!

    WOOHOO!
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    Default Re: I am now Net+ Certified!

    Congratulations!
    Quote Originally Posted by snadam
    Again, I thank the cumulative effort of those who created the technotes, becuase they helped ALOT!
    You're most welcome
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    Congrats!
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    Congratulations on the pass. It's nice to see your hard work pay off, isn't it? Good luck on the next exam you choose.

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    congrats
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slowhand
    Congratulations on the pass. It's nice to see your hard work pay off, isn't it? Good luck on the next exam you choose.

    That and its also nice to get recognition from your peers as well (local and distant)


    Side story:

    That damn survey at the end got my heart racing...I was all ready to see my score, then this stupid survey pops up. Originally, I thought I failed because I saw no score. my heart can be best illustrated by this smiley ----->

    after answering about 2 of the questions, I just clicked "other" or "no preference" until I saw the score.
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    Congrats! I konw what you mean. I hit question 14 of that survey on my test and it took a loooooooooong time to get to the next question. I got the proctor to come over and look and she was ready to go do whatever it was she had to do (and all the time I was thinking I was going to have to take the darn thing over again or something) but as soon as she stood up it cycled to question 15. Talk about keeping you in suspense! I'm currently studying for 70-270, which I assume is what you got your MCP in. If that's the case, any advice?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SrAtechie
    I'm currently studying for 70-270, which I assume is what you got your MCP in. If that's the case, any advice?
    That is indeed what I got my MCP in.
    You cant beat experience with the XP OS. I obviously had to study less of what I have used in years past.

    Good study material like sybex and syngress books help. Microsoft press is also good too. just make sure you get the latest and greatest version.

    Same with testing software. Transcender, IMO the closest to the real deal. Constant 90% scores should give you a good test score

    And of course, the tech notes on this site are EXTREMELY helpful.

    I didnt use CBT nuggets on this exam, but I almost wish I did. In general, they are a great tool for note taking.


    I dont recall 1 subject I had trouble in, but the subjects I found I needed to study more in depth were NTFS and Shared File/Folder permissions, EFS, Backup schedules...er thats all I can really think of.

    Browse the 70-270 forum too, i got a good idea of where I needed to be

    Hope it helps!
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    Congrats!
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