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passed 70-432 today.

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Congratulations!
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What to say congratz! But you should post your opinions about exam, how it was, what questions you had (some interesting or hard to solve), what was the most SQL field part of the exam etc etc ...

Like your first post ... go and put in Twitter!

Congratz again !Cool

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U r rite Dugi i should have given more details then just passed 70-432.. I was just excited and happy that i forgot about it.:-)

I am not sure what else to put without violating the rules apart from that u need to practice a lot and read a lot..

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ss-457805 (2/18/2010)
I was surprised that there were only couple of questions on ....


You're very close to violating the NDA that you accepted when you wrote the exam. Violating that NDA can result in your cert been revoked and possibly you not being allowed to write MCP certs again.

I would suggest that you edit your reply and remove all reference to what was and was not in the exam.

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Dugi (2/18/2010)
But you should post your opinions about exam, how it was, what questions you had (some interesting or hard to solve), what was the most SQL field part of the exam etc etc ...


Posting any information like that anywhere in public is a violation of the exam's NDA. The first thing that a candidate has to do when writing an MS exam is accept the agreement that says that they will not divulge any content of the exam to anyone. The penalty for doing so is anything from revocation of the certification, blacklisting of the candidate to even legal action in extreme cases.

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But you should post your opinions about exam, how it was, what questions you had (some interesting or hard to solve), what was the most SQL field part of the exam etc etc ...


Posting any information like that anywhere in public is a violation of the exam's NDA. The first thing that a candidate has to do when writing an MS exam is accept the agreement that says that they will not divulge any content of the exam to anyone. The penalty for doing so is anything from revocation of the certification, blacklisting of the candidate to even legal action in extreme cases.


Sorry I didn't read about exams NDA ... I didn't know about it ... why not to discuss about content of the exam it is posted also in MS cert site http://www.microsoft.com/learning/en/us/exam.aspx?ID=70-432&locale=en-us#tab2

BTW can you tell me where to find the blacklisting candidates ....!?!?!?

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Dugi (2/18/2010)
Sorry I didn't read about exams NDA ... I didn't know about it ...

You've never taken a cert exam?

why not to discuss about content of the exam it is posted also in MS cert site

What's on the MS site is the list of stuff that you have to study and the average importance. Saying anything specific 'I got a question on X and they asked Y' is a blatant violation of the NDA. Talking about what you got questions on, what you found hard, etc is not allowed.

BTW can you tell me where to find the blacklisting candidates ....!?!?!?

You honestly think MS would publish a list of names? They'd be sued in a day if they did that.

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No never ....maybe in the near future....if I decide to prepare for exam!

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Congrats on passing the exam.

Please DON'T post anything that will violate the NDA.

However, sharing your opinion/thoughts about the exam (liked it, hated it, difficult, you felt well prepared), is fine so long as you do not divulge exam details.



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