Re: Failed 292 as well
From: sb (sb_at_discussions.microsoft.com)
Date: Fri, 18 Mar 2005 10:37:04 -0800
Prometric gives you graphs but VUE does not. It's a bunch of crap. How can
one company give you a graph while another doesn't. Maybe Microsoft can get
their testing companies to do the same thing for once. Prometric exams freeze
up in the middle - maybe it's because they are trying to calculate the graph.
When I called Microsoft about this they stated that the exam should be
pass/fail. It's like they don't even know about their own exam. I might wait
to take this exam until they fix it up a little and get their ducks in a row.
> I've always got graphs in Canada at Prometric centers
> "rmr" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> >I took the test at a Prometric center in Dallas, TX. My
> > score report had the bar graph. It seems that not
> > everyone gets this info, as some folks who've taken the
> > test at Vue said they had no graphs. Also, some people
> > who take the test outside the US said they had no graphs.
> >>-----Original Message-----
> >>I only get the score, not a score graph where can did you
> > get your score
> >>Best Regards,
> >>"rmr" <email@example.com> wrote in
> > message
> >>>I wish I would have come here before taking 292. I along
> >>> with others here would agree that the weighted scoring
> >>> makes this test hard. I got a 650, but would have
> > swore I
> >>> got at least 80% of the 40 questions correct. On my
> > score
> >>> graph, I had one section I only got around 50% on
> > though.
> >>> Other areas were all between 70 to 100%. Simply put, you
> >>> can't rely on your strengths in some areas to help you
> >>> pass the test. I am going to have to really nail down
> >>> some features of 2003 that I will likely never use.
> >>> Also, compared to the MCSE 2000 tests I've taken, I
> > really
> >>> felt like some questions were aksing me to make
> >>> assumptions to be able to get the correct answer. I
> >>> wanted to be able to ask someone if I was really
> >>> understanding what they were asking.
> >>> In short, be prepared for some odd permission questions,
> >>> which may trick you as they throw in NT, 2K, and 2003.
> >>> Make sure you realize what OS each PC involved is using.
> >>> Know DNS like you invented it, especially the stub zones
> >>> and delegations. Be familiar with Terminal Services,
> > and
> >>> brush up on you IIS ans SUS skills.
> >>> Overall, to pass I'm going have to do some more hands
> > on I
> >>> guess, as I've done lots of practice questions and
> >>> reading. I'm not sure what else to really study, as
> > some
> >>> quesions made me think, "Gee, I know where I could find
> >>> the answer to this in the real world, but I sure don't
> >>> know it from memory right now."