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    Default 24hrs 'til last MCSE

    Well its 24hrs until I sit my last (hopefully) MCSE exam (70-221). Actually strangely nervous for sitting this test, much more than I was for sitting my first one (70-210) way back in July.

    Will report back to forum once sat with the result. Feeling quite confident after sitting the beast, have used ExamCram/Sybex books for 221 along with Transcender and found these materials to be good. The Exam Cram is a great book for revising topics and identifying weak areas, then referring to Sybex to firm up the topic in more detail.

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    good luck!
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    Goodluck, hope you do well on it.
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    Good luck and let us know how it goes
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    *waits for mikiemov to change his avatar*
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    Good Luck mikemov. Hope it works out just fine
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    Good Luck
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    Good luck mikiemov, and definetly don't forget to celebrate when u pass!!!
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    Has changed avatar for pavlov
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    Congratulations mikemov. You certainly deserve it!!!
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    Congrats big time!

    Over a period of how many months did you accomplish this feat?
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    Started first exam in July, and sat on average one every 4-6 weeks.

    I also have 6yrs experience which helps...
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    Congrats
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikiemov
    I also have 6yrs experience which helps...
    I'm sure you were working full time as you studied for this in your spare time. I plan to utilize 12+ hours a days and see if I can crank out an exam every 2-3 weeks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JOblessELement
    I plan to utilize 12+ hours a days and see if I can crank out an exam every 2-3 weeks.
    wow. 12+ hours is virtually dawn till dusk. I think you should split that over two days.

    You wouldn't want to burn out.
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