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Anyone doing Microsoft exams knows how expensive they are. Software for students are offering 55% off on some off the newer exams ie Server 2008 plus a free retake. This is a massive saving if you are doing these exams. I know not everyone will be interested so please don't cold just because you wont use it.
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#1
excellent price, I've done quite a few MS exams and they all cost £90 each normally. Hot.
#2
do you have to be a studet to take part? if not, great deal.
#3
I went to India to do my MCPD (With Keonig) and the course was half price. I'm now an MCPD Enterprise level 3.5 and I've done the 4.0 conversion course.
#4
where are the places you can take the exams? I cant find it on the site!
#5
Looking at the two available for web developer, are they are a bit OLD. I'd say pretty pointless, especially as they are for .NET 2.0/3.5. The reason they are doing it is because the new .NET 4.0 ones have just come out.... but as a deal, yeah it's good if you want to pass the test for something that's out of date.
#6
they are not out of date. i am currently studying windows 7 exam 70-680

please tell me that exam is old
#7
mafia
where are the places you can take the exams? I cant find it on the site!

I think they use a company called Prometric which is explained in the confirmation email. Prometric have test centers all over the country.

http://www.register.prometric.com/Index.asp?cookie%5Ftest=1


petena5h
Looking at the two available for web developer, are they are a bit OLD. I'd say pretty pointless, especially as they are for .NET 2.0/3.5. The reason they are doing it is because the new .NET 4.0 ones have just come out.... but as a deal, yeah it's good if you want to pass the test for something that's out of date.

Can't comment on the Web Developer exam but the SQL Server 2008 Administrator exam looks right up-to-date.



Edited By: spadman on Mar 01, 2011 09:54
#8
spadman
mafia
where are the places you can take the exams? I cant find it on the site!


I think they use a company called Prometric which is explained in the confirmation email. Prometric have test centers all over the country.


http://www.register.prometric.com/Index.asp?cookie%5Ftest=1



petena5h
Looking at the two available for web developer, are they are a bit OLD. I'd say pretty pointless, especially as they are for .NET 2.0/3.5. The reason they are doing it is because the new .NET 4.0 ones have just come out.... but as a deal, yeah it's good if you want to pass the test for something that's out of date.


Can't comment on the Web Developer exam but the SQL Server 2008 Administrator exam looks right up-to-date.




ah thanks, I currently book my exams via Prometric. so I order the voucher from this website and then book via Prometric?
#9
Does this offer you revision information before the exam?
#10
Does this offer you revision information before the exam?
#11
If anyone is thinking of taking exams at 2.5/3.5 I would seriously advise against it. 4.0 is quite different. You will find that alot of the code you're learning in 2.5/3.5 is very different in 4.0. It is better to have the most up to date version of your chosen language.
#12
Don't book this exams if you are not a student...These are exclusively for student's

Microsoft Exam series are different for students and professionals...

IF you are a Professional Series 70-640 for windows 2008 server active directory
For a student it is 72-640 for the same exam...

You are required to show an identity if you book the student exam...
#13
Microsoft clearly tells in this website as you have to show a valid student identity if you want to take this exams under this promotion...

http://www.microsoft.com/learning/student-career/en/us/career-offer.aspx
#14
By the way you can take the exams for almost the same price if you register in prometric as a student....

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