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    Default MCSA Windows 10 697 on Saturday

    I'm taking the MCSA Windows 10 697 on Saturday afternoon. I'm have been cramming over the last few days. Is there anything I need to keep an eye out for or spend a little extra time on?
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    Know your Powershell, not in depth only the basics. Get, Set, Add, Remove cmdlets.

    Good Luck!!!
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    Also have ŕ good learning on all way to proceed in duplication and masterisation of Windows 10.
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    Read. The. Questions.

    MS are good at sneaking pointless crap into the questions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by malachi1612 View Post
    Know your Powershell, not in depth only the basics. Get, Set, Add, Remove cmdlets.

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    Thanks but I don't quite follow. Would you mind elaborating just a little bit?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tjb122982 View Post
    Thanks but I don't quite follow. Would you mind elaborating just a little bit?
    I'm sorry, wrong one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by maxime.blanc View Post
    Also have ŕ good learning on all way to proceed in duplication and masterisation of Windows 10.
    Thanks but I don't quite follow. Would you mind elaborating just a little bit?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tjb122982 View Post
    Thanks but I don't quite follow. Would you mind elaborating just a little bit?
    He just joined this month and that is his first post. I would say ignore that guy.
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    Thanks guy. I took a few practice tests and averaged 95% overall. I also made a index card full of notes for powershell. I think I'm ready as I'm ever going to be.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tjb122982 View Post
    Thanks guy. I took a few practice tests and averaged 95% overall. I also made a index card full of notes for powershell. I think I'm ready as I'm ever going to be.
    Good luck and tell us how you get on.
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    I got a 680. Dammit! It was way more technical that the study guides let on. I guess my current plan is to work more on transcender, labs, and the technet articles and take again in 2-3 weeks. Good plan or suggestions?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tjb122982 View Post
    I got a 680. Dammit! It was way more technical that the study guides let on. I guess my current plan is to work more on transcender, labs, and the technet articles and take again in 2-3 weeks. Good plan or suggestions?
    Dame, so close! You did better than my first attempt. I suggest going through CBTnuggets 70-697, sign up to their free trial and go through all the videos.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tjb122982 View Post
    I got a 680. Dammit! It was way more technical that the study guides let on. I guess my current plan is to work more on transcender, labs, and the technet articles and take again in 2-3 weeks. Good plan or suggestions?
    I haven't taken the Win 10 exams yet.

    Try this post AMD4Ever jhas some notes aobut 5 threads down:
    Windows 70-697 materials

    Measure practice tests might be worth a shot, since they're the official practice test product Microsoft recommends for their exams.

    Also, what I do when studying for an exam is browser said cert sub form on TE and look for I passed such and such exam to see what others did. This is just a thought.

    For example, I would look through the Win 10 sub form on TE and see what others did to pass the 70-697
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