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Passed 70-306 today!

Postby Nick Wegner » Wed, 19 Nov 2003 07:00:50 GMT

I just passed 70-306 today.  

Study Materials:

Microsoft Press MCAD/MCSD Training Kit for 70-306
Microsoft Press ADO.NET Step by Step
MSDN

Also, I downloaded the Visual Basic.NET Resource Kit and 
went through it. 

Basically, you need to understand all the material in the 
above books and go through MSDN to get further details on 
topics not covered that well in the MS Press books.  Some 
areas that could use more info are (Security, Deployment, 
and upgrading from VB 6).  The practice questions in the 
MS Press books are not at all representitave of the exam 
questions.  The exam questions are much harder.  

Also, it is mandatory that you develop an app or two 
using VS.NET.  The best way to learn is by hands on 
experience.

Hope this helps!  Remeber though, this is how I did it.  
There are also other ways, so get more advice from other 
people who have passed the test.  Im sure there are 
better books out there!

Good Luck!



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