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Posted Wednesday, September 5, 2012 3:40 AM
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Hi All,
If any one of you has any dumps or any test papers for the 70-432 exam, Please forward so that it can be help full to us those who are planning for it.
I think it will be valuable dumps which help all the participants to take the test

Thnak you all In Advance.
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I would recommend you to go through Exam Policy first. Microsoft will ban the candidate if he/she violates any of the following rules.

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If a candidate violates any testing rule, exam policy, or term within the exam agreement (NDA), or engages in any misconduct that diminishes the security and integrity of the Microsoft Certification Program in any way, the candidate may be permanently prohibited from taking any future Microsoft Certification exams. In addition, the candidate may be decertified from the Microsoft Certification Program, and test scores and certifications may be revoked.
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Posted Wednesday, September 5, 2012 3:57 AM
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Thank you for the information as I don’t have any idea of this. but I am just asking the pattern (How many Question will be there and what would be the passing mark and before going to this exam do we need to write any pre-exam, etc. and how the exam will be that's it) not asking about the exact questions which come in the exam. We need to write the exam by own talent that's for sure.
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in that case look at the official site

http://www.microsoft.com/learning/en/us/exam.aspx?id=70-432

it lists all of the details you asked - pre-requisites, how to prepare, time limits, number and type of questions


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Posted Wednesday, September 5, 2012 4:12 AM
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Thank you for both of you michael vessey & Koen Verbeeck, the information you gave was useful and I will look in to the points and the site which you both have provided.
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Don't underestimate the exam, and having taken it myself I can recommend you brush up on ALL your core basics. Although it's the 'entry' exam to the eventual MCITP qualification, many of the questions made me think twice, or three times, before answering. On two of the core competencies (administration, performance) I got 100%, but I neglected another competency (security) and ... well, I won't tell you my % for that, but it was cataclysmically awful.

Also, practice your basics. Get a dev box together and practice restores. Make sure you know how to do a point-in-time restore, and set up a box to do it for real. Swallowing the books does help a bit, but you'll need a really sound knowledge of the core concepts in practice, too.

Mike Hotek authored the original course book for 70-432, published by Microsoft. Personally I'm not happy with the number of errors in there (MS published an 'errata' doc with 5 pages of corrections) and I can attest that the sample questions do not resemble the exam in the slightest, but it does give a broad overview of all the areas you'll need. If you get the book you'll also get 15% off the exam price through ProMetric, so it nearly pays for itself.



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Posted Wednesday, September 5, 2012 5:08 AM
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Thank You colley,
I will look into all the parameters which you have suggested. I will try my best to give a good fight to succeed in 1st attempt.
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