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Just passed 70-320

Postby vasilev_kiril » Fri, 11 Mar 2005 03:50:45 GMT


I've just passed exam 70-320. I had 856. I was given 43 questions for
120 minutes.

About half of the questions were very surprising - there is no
information about them in the book. Maybe only people who have lots of
experience with .NET can answer them. I just guessed on those

I bookmarked some of the questions for later review. Sometimes some of
the following questions gave me a hint what might be the answer for the
bookmarked questions ;-)

Good luck to everyone!

Kiril Vasilev

Re: Just passed 70-320

Postby vasilev_kiril » Fri, 11 Mar 2005 03:59:14 GMT

Forgot to mention that I had used following materials:
1. Developing XML Web Services and Server Components With Microsoft
Visual Basic .NET and Visual C# .NET - MS Press
2. The tests from the book
3. The tests from Microsoft Web Site (powered by www.measureup.com)
4. MSDN ( http://www.**--****.com/ )

Again, good luck to everyone!

Re: Just passed 70-320

Postby U3ViWmVybw » Sat, 12 Mar 2005 02:05:05 GMT

Hi All,

Yesterday I also passed the 70-320 with a score of 792 to become an MCAD.  
This was by far the most difficult exam yet.  I studied extensively for this 
exam and expected to get a higher score, but some of the exam questions 
tested things that were not covered in the two 2 books that I used to 

I used Exam Cram 2 Exam 70-320, and the thicker QUE 70-320 Study Guide.

Perhaps focusing more on the .NET framework help docs would have served me 
well? My advice to be "very" well prepared for this exam.

Best of luck to all,

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