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Posted Monday, September 8, 2008 3:35 AM
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Hi evreyone

This is the request to all of you who have passed and studying for the certification exam 70-445. I have a training kit but i want sample important questions with answers which will give better idea and more vigilance while doing preparations!

if any one has such , can you please provide them to me , I will be highly grateful !

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The training kit should give you an idea of the types of questions and perhaps someone will chime in.

Exact questions and potential answers, should not be posted as that violates the NDA of the exam.







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Transcender and MeasureUp are both good. Not cheap though.


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I prefer Transcendor myself. Plus Microsoft's website for certification usually has a 10 question "sample" you can look at.

If you get more cert study books, aside from the training Kit, those also usually have a practice test or a set of questions on a CD/DVD that you can install on your PC and play with, but they're usually more multiple choice then actual Sim / Case Study style.


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i started studying and that training kit seems interesting , it covers most of the core concepts which is only required to clear this exam!

try that folks!
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Posted Thursday, October 9, 2008 3:04 AM
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I wouldn't go personally for Transcender - expensive and far away from the point....
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Far away from the point??? What do you mean?


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As a side bar, this is why I hate certifications. They mean nothing because you can get the answers to most of the questions one way or the other and some (many, apparently) would rather spend the time memorizing the answers than learning the skill. ;)

I've had two certified DBA's where if practical knowledge about SQL Server and-T-SQL were gasoline, they wouldn't have enough to run a sugar-ant's mini-bike through a matchbox. Yes, there are some good ones with certifications... but they probably would have been good even without the certification because they practice their trade instead of book-memorization.

It generally takes me 2 to 4 questions when I'm interviewing someone to figure out if they've ever done anything worthwhile in SQL Server more than being in the same room with a study guide. They're not difficult questions, either. :)


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Oh, yes. I've been on the interviewer side of the table myself. It makes me appreciate that I was smart enough to build myself a SOHO and actually work things through when I was studying for my certs.

Of course, coming from a retail background, I had a lot more to prove than a lot of people who were already in IT. @=)

I've actually stumped people with simple backup & restore questions of all things. You'd think *that* particular subject matter would be basic to everyone's DBA knowledge.


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Brandie Tarvin (10/10/2008)

I've actually stumped people with simple backup & restore questions of all things. You'd think *that* particular subject matter would be basic to everyone's DBA knowledge.


Oh, please... Just take a look at all the backup/restore questions we get here



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