.Dear Teachers and Friends,
Can you have a look at these paragraphs and point out all mistakes I made? Thank you.
I took my XP and Server course in January and I found that stuff really difficult. I came to Joskos company with no IT background and all that seemed very chalenging to me. I remember people say that six weeks for two exams should be enough time for preparation that six weeks should be enough time to prepare for two exams. I decided to take more, though. I studied every day for [1.5 or one and a half hours] hour and I must tell you that it was tough for me. One of the managers said it would be and he was 100% right. In May I felt ready to take the XP exam. Unfortunatelly, the first available date was at the beginning of June. In the meantime I studied Server stuff. Finally I sat the XP exam and passed with a score of +900.
Today I think that I would have passed it even if had taken less time for studying.study In fact, I spent 4 months feeling that just passing is not good enough. A pass with a good score was something I aimed at. Now I am not sure if all that matters. A pass is a pass after all. On the other hand the inside knowledge I gained is going to pay off in the real work environment, I am sure.
I am going take my server exam soon. I have to be quickier with this one. What is my advice for students who are to take the XP exam? I listened to Bob's and Nuvim's tips and it helped me a lot. It is never enough to know the correct answer. You have to know why the others are incorrect and what they mean. I spent a lot of time figuring it out but it was worth it. I feel really confident with my knowledge now and I am happy to be a Microsoft Certified Professional.