MCSE Exchange 2000 Administration Exam Cram (Exam: 70-224)
||Author: David Watts, Will Willis, David V. Watts|
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Publisher: The Coriolis Group (19 June, 2001)
Sales Rank: 128,467
Average Customer Rating: 4 out of 5
Customer ReviewsRating: 1 out of 5
Out dated or the other reviews are a fix!!!
I bought the book after reading the reviews - I took the exam and failed. In total about 2% of the exam topics were covered and not indepth as needed. I felt like I was in the wrong exam.
Rating: 5 out of 5
Excellent For Review
At over 400 pages, this is a huge certification prep book for this type. Its a shame it doesn't come with a companion CD-ROM because something this big should. However, the information is quite useful even if you don't intend to take the exam. The text is easy to read and understand important topics. There is a good balance of text and diagrams and screen captures. It also contains a handy cram sheet.
Rating: 5 out of 5
Perfect finishing touch before the exam.
As usual, I used the Sybex study guide as my main study tool, combined with a lot of hands-on. I used the Exam Cram the last week before I took the exam to refresh my memory and work on my weak points. The authors had some very good explanations on concepts that other sources (including the Microsoft Training Kit and a NETg CBT I had access to) left unclear. The concepts covered in the Exam Cram map very closely to the items I had on the actual test. Both the Sybex and Microsoft guides had a lot of extra material that didn't show up in the test. I'm glad I studied that extra material, but I'm also glad that the Exam Cram let me skip that extra material in the final week of study when my emphasis was on passing the test. Overall, the best Exam Cram I've used to date.
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