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    Default Sitting the 98-367 exam soon

    Hi everyone,

    I'll be sitting this exam soon (towards the end of the month) and I'll let you know how I get on!

    My main study source has been Microsoft Windows Security Essentials by Darril Gibson and I've also been using the Microsoft Official Course as a secondary text.

    Any advice would be greatly appreciated. I've heard that it's straight forward, but it's my first Microsoft exam so I'm not quite sure what to expect.
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    Here is the link to the study videos and material from MVA: Security Fundamentals Training Course | Microsoft Virtual Academy
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    Passed! 89/100. There were a few questions at the beginning that threw me a bit as I'd never come across what was mentioned in any of the textbooks.
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    Congrats! Always nice to get a good mark once you get out of the testing room!
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    Congratulations on passing the exam!!!

    What will be your next exam?
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    Thanks! I'm thinking about knocking out some of the Comptia exams. I don't know whether to do the A+ or just start the Network+ and then move onto Security+

    I've got desktop support experience so the A+ would be useful to tick HR boxes I guess.
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    Congratulations!
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    Congrats on the pass!
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    Congratulations. Good luck on the A+
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    Thanks everyone!

    Short break over and now it's back to studying for the A+
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    Congrats! I took this exam about 2 months before my A+ as well. I found the first A+ test to be more difficult than the second, but my background is in software support, not hardware. I highly recommend the book CompTIA A+ Complete by Wiley as well as the professor Messer videos.
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