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« on: December 08, 2001, 09:11:33 PM »

I am gearing up to take the 70-240 here at the end of the month. I have been
reading alot since the begining of NOV. I have put down the entire New
Riders 4 core set and also the Sybex 70-217 books. Nothing seems that
difficult. I have been using win2k for almost 2.5 years now in a networked
enviroment and work with it every day. I am still a bit nervous about this
test. I would like to save some time and money by passing the accel exam.

Anyone have any pointers on what other study materials i should get my hands
on before the big day? I am having a real hard time focusing on the material
just because there is just so much covered but it is slowing sinking in. I
have the trancenders but havent touched them yet. Ill save those for the
final week of study. I dont want to memorize the questions at all. That
doesnt do you any good.

I havent failed a MS exam yet on my journey but i am shaking in my boots on
this one. All of you that have passed / failed have any words for me?

Thanks all
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« Reply #1 on: December 10, 2001, 01:00:59 PM »

My tip is start the Transcenders asap.  They quickly expose the areas that need more work and in my case opened up a few areas that weren't even covered in the books I was using.  Leaving them till the last minute might be too late.  Also there's about 24 hours worth of questions in them so plenty to go round.

Also download the 70-240 PDF file from  A good high level document with pointers to all the relevent Technet articles for the bits that you may not fully understand.

Good luck.
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