How much studying required?


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How much studying required?

Postby psinyc » Mon, 26 Jan 2004 02:44:00 GMT

I know this is an extremely sudjective question, BUT, In 
anyone's opinion, how much study time would you think a 
solid 1 year - ASP.NET (C#) would need to pass the web 

Thanks ..

Re: How much studying required?

Postby Hermit Dave » Mon, 26 Jan 2004 02:59:25 GMT

well if you have around a year with with c# i reckon you probably 
need a month's study / practice - just to get to know the finer points about 
the system.
but its relative cause overall it does cover a lot of areas you might have 
never ventured into. so its always good to take a transcender practice 
test.. dont worry bout the score...
something around 600 should be a good place to start... note down the topics 
where you did bad... and concentrate on them...

hope this helps

Once a Geek.... Always a Geek

Re: How much studying required?

Postby Pravin » Mon, 26 Jan 2004 18:47:38 GMT

If its one year of xp then two weeks should do fine. I did a 6-months
project in VB.NET and ASP.NET. and will give the exam 70-305 next week.

If ur fundas are right then you just need to look into some advanced topics
like caching, tracing, server controls. etc. More time would be needed if in
ur 1 year u didn't use ADO.NET.


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