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71-681: TS: Windows 7 and Office 2010, Deploying *revealed*


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You can register for this test today for free. If you pass, you get the certification. If you fail, it doesnt count against you, and like i said test is free.

Beta exam = 71-681: TS: Windows 7 and Office 2010, Deploying

Beta registration begins = 28/Junho

Beta start date = 06/Julho

Beta end date = 26/Julho

Beta Promo Code = WO20

Just go to register.prometric.com

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why not? Its free. If you pass you get the certification, if you fail its like it never happened. Also, i believe the first 5000 people that pass a cert get a special kind, i forget the word. So you would get a special cert you could put on your resume. Ive taken 3 beta exams, passed 2, failed the last one ;(

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You find out if you pass around the time the exams come out of beta, and if so, you get full certification on your transcript. @Trip, I've found that simple knowledge of how things work is enough to pass most of the deployment exams, so even if you're not doing what's on technet, knowledge of it (and what you've learned from experience) is enough to get by (especially considering beta exams have tons of questions, unlike a normal non-beta exam). I say do it if it's going to be something that aligns with your job, because there's no downside other than time out of your day studying technet and taking an exam for a few hours.

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on the transcript it says the real exam (ie 70-681), just like normal. Like i said the first 5000 people that pass a certification get a special version, i forget the correct word.

edit: the word is charter. See this link to see the difference:

http://www.techexams.net/forums/general-certification/12514-certification-certificates-2.html

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