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« on: May 11, 2001, 10:27:43 AM »

I took the Frontpage exam today and failed marginly with 740. I have used the Transcender exams extensivly, and pass with 100% every time.

Everybody says that if you can breeze the Transcenders, and know your way well around the Frontpage interface then you will pass the exam!

I was extremely shocked at the unsimilarity of the Transcender questions to the real exam.

Has anybody taken, or knows anybody who has taken the exam in the last week or so, because the scenario questions especially, are nothing like the Transcenders!!! The theory that Transcender teaches you simply doesn't work, as the proposed solutions they teach you don't appear, they are completely different.

Have Microsoft wised up to Transcender? or are they just making it more difficult because it is retiring, i.e. to make more money before it retires!

Maybe I just had one of those exams!!!

If anybody knows any sites, or any new theories behind these scenarios, I would be eternaly grateful, as I take it again next week!!

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« Reply #1 on: May 14, 2001, 10:56:45 PM »

Two things -- it might have just been one of those bad pools of questions.  OR -- Did you get the update for the Transcender or are they the original pool of questions from forever ago???

I don't think Microsoft gives a fig about this exam, never mind updating the question pool...

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