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    Default Guidance to pass on first try?

    I have scheduled the test for the end of the month after just passing the 291 last week. I want to keep up the momentum and good feeling after a pass!

    For those that have passed the test, what books do I reference? I picked up Sybex 70-293 Study Guide-will this be enough?

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    Labbing is a must for this exam.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikedisd2 View Post
    Labbing is a must for this exam.
    +1. This exam focuses a lot on clustering, PKI, and designing. A lab will help with this. I used the MS press book for it, which was fairly good.
    A lot of the material is similar, which should keep you going, Good luck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sixfeetdeep View Post
    I have scheduled the test for the end of the month after just passing the 291 last week. I want to keep up the momentum and good feeling after a pass!

    For those that have passed the test, what books do I reference? I picked up Sybex 70-293 Study Guide-will this be enough?

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    You look like Alex from the Clockwork Orange

    I used MS Press book & CBT's
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    The nuggets were great for this exam, and then of course you have to have a book to go through.
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