Spiegel wrote: »
I'm curious about taking this exam. How does it normally work? Are there study materials for this or do you just take it with your current knowledge?
alokin123 wrote: »
Microsoft normally releases an exam and if they ever get around to it, they produce a course that you can take at a training provider.
Study guides and stuff like that from MS Press come out months or a year after the exam is active.
you might be interested in these freebies from MS:
Google teched and microsoft ignite for more free Windows 10 vids.
You can also register for these:
Is it just me or is no one in the wider community really excited about Windows 10? I remember after Vista everyone was right onto Windows 7. But i am not seeing the same level of interest with Windows 10.
I must admit, i am a little underwhelmed by Windows 10. The new start button isnt really that good and i hate the new interface for configuring settings.
gomcse2002 wrote: »
Just curious when will you be taking the Windows 10 beta exam ?
Good luck to your beta exam.
alokin123 wrote: »
On the 15th Sept which is the last possible day it was available. I had the free coupon because i was registered on the Microsoft Subject Matter Experts site: https://connect.microsoft.com/site862
I dont like my chances of getting close to passing. I don't know that the exam is available after the 15th even if you paid for it until it becomes an official exam?
aaronchristenson wrote: »
I took the beta exam today, it was more difficult that I thought, but I also have little to no experience with Store apps or Intune. I would be very surprised if I passed.
niles312 wrote: »
Looks like we got a Windows 10 sub-forum!
XxNooniexX wrote: »
Anybody know what the deal is with this course? I thought it was supposed to be out in September and now its nearly Christmas and the site says that the exam is still in Beta.
I don't quite understand what's going on with Microsoft anymore....I was originally studying Windows 8 and I didn't quite have enough to pass it ( I had like 660 or something like that... I can't remember now what it was) and I was going to try again and then I heard they were terminating the test in November rather than giving a years notice like they usually do. So now I don't even know what to study. Windows 8 and 7 are now terminated I believe and Windows 10 is not an MCSA but a Specialist course instead... So are these specialist courses the way to go rather than MCSAs now or am I just missing something? And what do you mean by Specialist badges Chrome?