Saturday, September 5, 2009

Review Of Exam Simulators Microsoft Certification Course

If you’re reading this review, then I’m going to assume that you’re seriously thinking about taking one of Microsoft’s many exams. At least I hope you’re serious because trust me, these exams are not easy and preparation for them is absolutely critical. You can’t go into these exams cold. So the question is, will Exam Simulators prepare you for these exams? Simple question. Here’s the simple answer.

First, let me go over what exams Exam Simulators covers. They cover Microsoft Windows Vista Client, Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Configuring, Managing and Maintaining a Windows Server 2003 Environment, and Implementing, Managing, & Maintaining a Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure. If you’re interested in something else, this simulator isn’t going to help you. Just wanted to make that clear right from the start.

Okay, but what about the simulator itself? How accurate is it? While no simulator is ever going to be an exact duplicate of the actual Microsoft Exam, this particular simulator is as close as you can come. I don’t know how they were able to pull this off (they don’t share their secrets) but this is almost like taking the real exam. The questions are almost identical (and hard as hell to boot). I’m not saying it’s going to be a cakewalk to pass this thing (you still have to study) but once you’re able to do that, you will have an excellent chance of passing the exam you’re going to take.

As a matter of fact, they are so sure that you’re going to pass your exam that they offer a no fail pass guarantee. If you don’t pass your exam with Microsoft, they will refund your purchase completely. They even allow you to download a demo version of the exam for free. You won’t find many places, if any at all, that will allow you to do that.

At the very least, go to their site and see what they have to offer. I promise you won’t be sorry.

Click here to go to the Exam Simulators site

The above review is an advertisement for Exam Simulators.

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