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Master Geek

Topic # 190954 18-Jan-2016 10:14
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Hi all,


I will be taking some MS exams soon and was wondering what people do for test/practice exams and studying. I am pretty bad on exams, mind always goes blank. What tips do you have as well, if you are a good at exams.





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  Reply # 1473563 18-Jan-2016 10:27
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 For "mind blankness" consider memorising key points that you have trouble with or are good prompts. Practise being able to write them out fully and correctly. When you go for the exam ask for extra paper (laminated sheets) and as soon as you sit down in the exam room write out your notes. You can do it before you actually start the exam on the computer so you don't lose any time doing it.


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  Reply # 1473671 18-Jan-2016 12:09
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A+ VCE Player on Android tablet + braindump practice exams.


Works for me but I am doing this stuff every day at work. I am finding it much harder upgrading my certs to 2012R2 as we aren't running it everywhere at work yet, so new stuff I need to actually do virtual labs for.


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  Reply # 1473879 18-Jan-2016 15:07
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Thank you for the replies, will take them on board to help me pass these exams.

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