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hello. I am preparing my exam 70-448 and want to do more test.
What exams you recommend me?
I saw SelfExamEngine and transcend, which is better?

thank you very much
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I recommend the Transcender exams. I find they are similar to the actual tests in how they present questions, and I like the explanations and "further reading" links they provide in the answer reviews, after grading the exams. I've used them on occassion after passing exams to refresh my memory on topics/features I don't interact with daily.
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I used this http://underthefold.org/2011/06/13/exam-70-448-study-guide-part-1/ (along with parts 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6) to prepare for this exam. These web pages have a list of relevant references that cover all of the topics that are examined. If you read through all of the info in these links (and, for me, some of the links and references on those pages) you should be good to go.

I passed this exam using this, so for me it worked.

And as a result of this exam preparation I was also able to sort out some security problems I was having with SSRS - for me, another nice win



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Happycat - did you use the MS Self-Paced Training kit at all or just the information provided/linked from that website?

I started working my way through the kit yesterday after taking a self-exam and wonder which method would be a better payoff with my time.

Thanks for any insight!
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I used the info etc from the website as the basis for my study. A lot of the links also have other related references and I also went to those as well. This gave me quite a broad range of information to digest. It also helps if you actually have a SQL Server installation that you can use to try out what you are reading. I find that using the commands etc as I go is a good way to reinforce my learning.

I did not use any exams that come with the various learning materials from MS-press etc. I was actually prepared to fail the exam on my first attempt because MS was offering a free re-sit (I think that offer ended on 31 May) - if I failed, then I would have used a self paced training guide. As it happens, I passed first time.



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i passed!!!! perfect SSCrazy!
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awesome - congratulations



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