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  • 70-271 vs 70-272

    For those who have done the two exams, I was wondering which one people found toughest? Which I appreciate is subjective.

    I found 70-271 to be pretty much identical to 70-270, which I had already passed. I've got 272 this Friday and judging by the MeasureUp sample tests it seems to be a lot more involved.
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    Re: 70-271 vs 70-272

    I found them both similar, but I suspect your main issue with 272 will be stepping back to Office 2003 / IE5 (or was it 6) / Outlook Express!
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      Re: 70-271 vs 70-272

      I'm practicing a lot but trying to avoid learning the answers to the questions, since there's a 99% chance the questions in the exam won't match those in the practice tests - I want to learn the theory.

      Eh, I can book a day off next week if I need to resit it
      Gareth Howells

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        Re: 70-271 vs 70-272

        I seem to remember that when I took 271 or 272 I found a couple of questions that (from memory) were identical to the transcender I was practicing with

        Good luck!
        Tom Jones
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          Re: 70-271 vs 70-272

          Originally posted by Ossian View Post
          I seem to remember that when I took 271 or 272 I found a couple of questions that (from memory) were identical to the transcender I was practicing with

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            Re: 70-271 vs 70-272

            Originally posted by biggles77 View Post
            Mmmm, does that make transgender a braindump?
            Probably more a balls dump.

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