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    Default Passed 70-680 :D

    Passed this afternoon first time with a 700. Extremely relieved. Wasn't feeling wholeheartedly confident going into it. Very happy I'm more aware of how Microsoft structures their exams now and I think I'll be far more confident going into future ones.

    I felt the exam was totally fair in that it wanted to know that you understood the process and not necessarily just memorise a load of facts(although there was an element of that too.)

    Onto 70-685 now!
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    Congrats on the pass and good luck on 70-685! I found the second one harder than the first one so don't take it too easy

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    Congratz on the pass and good luck on your next test. I failed the 70-680 on my first attempt so I too am more aware of how Microsoft structures their exams.
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    Thanks guys
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    Congrats on passing!
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    congrats mate. what did you use to study and what did you think really helped the best? also how long did you take to study for it?
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    Congrats. I am taking 70-680 next week.
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    Bacchus, I took several months studying, but study time will be different for everyone.

    I used the MS Press book and the included tests, along with transcender practice tests. In hindsight I would have labbed the material with technet as my primary learning tool, which is what I'm doing with 685. Thanks to everyone for the congrats'.
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    Hope the real exam is easier than the Transcender nightmare !!! Although this test engine is far better than MeasureUp in my opinion as a lot of the questions on the MeasureUp were ridiculous and a lot of it incorrect.
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    The questions are definitely easier to understand on the real thing, but I wouldn't say the content is any easier.
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