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20 Oct 2009   #11

windows 7 7137 x64

what excatly is the test about? do you take it on a computer or do you take a written test?

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20 Oct 2009   #12

Windows Vista Business / Windows 7 Ultimate

Its on the computer. You can find the MS certification tests and the domains of knowledge they cover at
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21 Oct 2009   #13

Windows 7 Enterprise

I see the comment on Test King. I will just say that the 45 questions you get from them were crap and not worth getting. The only thing that really helped was the book that I got. I think I had like 62 or so questions. I jut checked Amazon and the book I used is still the only one available. As for other comments on what I do to pass exams. I read 1 chapter every day of a book towards a certification. I am really diligient but. I only consider week days as days so weekends don't throw me off because of family. You would be surprised on how fast you can take tests and get certified doing that.
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21 Oct 2009   #14

Windows Vista Business / Windows 7 Ultimate

The test king you got for 7 was probably an early revision considering the test was only released just weeks ago.

But be forwarned, if you use braind dumps (test king is one) you can be banned for life from Microsoft and other certs. If you are unsure about a cert study resource check to be sure its valid.
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21 Oct 2009   #15

Windows 7

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Jordus View Post
The Windows Vista client exam (70-620) is actually a very easy exam and a good "starter" test for those just trying to get a feel for MS exams. I realize that Vista isnt THAT used in the enterprise world and so the cert may not be overly desirable (especially now with 7 out) but its a good starting point.

70-270 (Windows XP) might seem like a good starting point, but its actually a very difficult test. 70-680 (windows 7) is not an overly difficult test, but it is very enterprise oriented so if you dont have a lot of experience in deployment, UAC, application compability,etc then you may have some issues with it.
Thanks for the tip Jordus
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