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NT Server 4.0 Certification Help Needed

By hobo ·
I have written the NT Server Cert exam 2 times and have failed by 5% and 8%. I need some new study techniques to help me. I have been through ExamCram, Sybex, and MC Prep Tests, and old transcenders - and am fairly confident I know the material but I each time I took it my deficiencies were shown in separate areas. Each exam I took was adaptive and I'm sure the next one will be the same format. Specifically, I need suggestions on how to breakdown the scenario questions. (I already have Networking Essentials).

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by JCMarshburn In reply to NT Server 4.0 Certificati ...

Use the information from www.cramsession.com and you should come out fine.

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by ccsbz In reply to NT Server 4.0 Certificati ...

You have the data. no two way about!
One of the Most valuable thing i have learned, that never think you KNOW. Don't Think about it and Go this Time, your Good for IT.
I'll be with you.

DJ.

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by kevin_b In reply to NT Server 4.0 Certificati ...

Break the question into two areas; essential and non-essential info. Usually there is some info that matters; like what groups they are in and what they want to do; other info like names, job titles, etc that may not matter. Check out what the question is asking and see what info matters. That threw me on a couple of questions. I used Que and New Riders books and the cramsession.com and cram session book. I like having two different books on the same info since they emphasize different aspects. lastly, hands-on training is a must. Go thru every exercise in the book even if you know how to do it. Keep it up; you'll get it this time! Good Luck!

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by droper In reply to NT Server 4.0 Certificati ...

I assume you are talking about ?? with the problem, optional results, required results, etc. IF so, the I conquered them was to create a "T" chart of 2 columns and as many rows as there reults. On the left, R1 where 1 is the first required result and the next one would be R2 and so on. Then, below Rx I would put O1 for the optional results. I read the proposed solution & scenario again and place a check beside each of the Rs & Os. It was easy to answer the question because I just had to count the number of checks.

Example:

R1|x
R2|
R3|x
--|
O1|
O2|x

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by newcomb In reply to NT Server 4.0 Certificati ...

It sounds like you know the facts, but make sure you read the questions. It's been my experience that when I miss a mark by such a small margin, it's usually because I started to hurry and didn't read the question carefully.

If you know the material, and it soulds like you do, there's more than enough time to read each question. I usually read the questions twice, select an answer, then read the question once more before commiting my choice.

Go get 'em

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