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    Default Fed Up with studying for 98-365

    So my situation is I am ready for the exam but unfortunately can't sit in until the 29th of May.

    I just want to knock this certification out and move on to studying for Security+.

    I slightly regret taking this certification, (should have done something at a higher level, more challenging).

    Anyway I suppose it will come in handy down the line, if and when I decide to do a higher server cert.
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    By curiosity why can't you do it earlier than May 29th?

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    College night class and they won't move it forward for me...
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    College night class and they won't move it forward for me...
    Ohh ok, that sucks! I had it happen to me once.. I felt I was ready to take the exam but I still had to keep on studying so I wouldn't forget something.

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    Yup it sure does! After I pass this exam I'm going to take the self study path, starting with Security+.
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    Thats one of the only reasons I liked my old school, I took it when ever I was ready to take the exam.

    Server Admin was difficult because I had to dial back my critical thinking skills to make sure I passed that exam. Sooooooooo generic when studying Server Admin (200 in tandem
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