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    Default Failed on 70-462

    Hello
    I failed on 70-462 last week. I have done 70-461 before which I passed on the first try.
    Next week I will do 70-462 again.

    My question: Do you think that some of the questions next week will be the same as when I did the test the first time? Or will I only get totally new questions?

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    It will be new questions. They have a big pool of questions they get the ones for the exam, maybe you are lucky and you get some of the same.
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    Sorry to hear that. I failed 70-461 last month and I am trying next Friday. Good luck on your second try!
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    Most estimates of the pool of questions I've seen for MS exams put them in the 100s. So you will likely see a few questions the same, but a lot of new ones. Probably most of the questions will be new, but will cover the same material so might be similar.

    Personally, I've found the "areas to prioritise" summary not very useful. I try to remember the questions I had trouble with, and write down what they are about as soon as I can. Then I go back and study that.
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