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    Well, I am finally ready, Passed my Security+ back in August 2016.
    Been grinding this 70-680 out and a good friend from here sent me a server I loaded Hyper-V up on and labbed the hell out of it following along with Professor Messer. I also bought and used the MeasureUp practice exams. Scoring 90% and higher consistently. I take the exam tomorrow at 3pm EST. and I feel extremely confident when it comes to the exam.

    Wish me luck all! I will update once I leave the test center!
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    Yeah I wish you the best on your studies. How did you do ?
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    How did it go?
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    Was very close to passing it!! a few questions that they threw up were ones not covered anywhere in MeasureUp exams, Messer's labs. So I am reviewing those areas and going to go back and test in 2 weeks or so. Best part is my exam voucher came with 4 re-takes if needed.

    Over all Had I answered the 3-4 questions they threw in there that I had no clue on I would have passed easily. But I refuse to give up! I will return and pass this certification!!
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    Sorry to hear that but like you said at least you have those 4 retakes so you can have another go .

    Was it all just multiple choice questions? I can't remember much about mine but I think I had a few case studies which nearly threw me off. What were your weak areas?
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    I wish you good luck on your retake.

    Out of curiously and without breaking Microsoft NDA, what were the topics that were not covered?

    Many thanks,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nisseki View Post
    I wish you good luck on your retake.

    Out of curiously and without breaking Microsoft NDA, what were the topics that were not covered?

    Many thanks,
    I too would like to know
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