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Can anyone Plz help me out with the resources for writing certification on SQL SERVER 2005 Developer ASAP........
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Sure. See your other post.

http://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic525175-10-1.aspx

If you want something more specific, please give us some more detail on what you're looking for.

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Thanks For your Help.........I am planning to take an MCP exam. can someone suggest possible tutorials.

With Regards,
Suman
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What do you mean "write the exam"? That doesn't make sense.

either you want to take the exam, meaning register for and answer questions on the test, or you want to write about the exam, in which case your question seems to indicate you aren't ready to do so.

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SQL Server BoL is a good start.

There are also plenty of books available from Amazon or your local book-store on pretty much every aspect of SQL -- take your pick..
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What do you mean "write the exam"? That doesn't make sense.


Difference in slang in different places.
Down where I live we use the term "write the exam" as opposed to "take the exam"

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hey guys , just passed final exam of mcse 2003 and Iam now MCSE 2003 Certified . went through months of studies , used certarea.com exams , MOC books . certarea.com questions were right on money . Even though they do not provide real exam questions , their questions are harder then real exams , so it makes it easy to understand concepts . now am looking forward to moving to cisco track
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