Exam Ref MD-100 Windows 10 (英語) ペーパーバック – 2019/7/19
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ANDREW BETTANY is a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (Windows and Devices for IT), dad, IT Geek, training mentor and consultant, entrepreneur, and author. As a Microsoft MVP, Andrew is recognized for his Windows expertise, and he is the author of many publications, including several Windows exam certification prep guides and Microsoft official training materials. He is the author of video training materials for LinkedIn Learning and Pluralsight. As a Microsoft Certified Trainer, Andrew delivers learning and consultancy to businesses on many technical areas, including Microsoft 365, Azure, and Windows. He has co-founded the “IT Masterclasses” series of short intensive technical courses (see www.itmasterclasses.com), and he is passionate about helping others learn technology. He is a frequent speaker at Microsoft Ignite and other technical conferences worldwide. Andrew is active on social media and can be found on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter. He lives in a village just outside the beautiful city of York in Yorkshire, England.
ANDREW WARREN, MCT, has been writing for Microsoft for many years, helping to develop their official curriculum of instructor-led training material. He has served as a subject matter expert on many of the current Windows Server 2016 courses, was technical lead on several of the Windows 10 titles, and was involved in Microsoft 365, Azure and Intune course development. When not writing about Microsoft technologies, he can be found in the classroom, teaching other IT professionals what they need to know to manage their organization’s IT infrastructure.
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It says it on the title this is a refrence book so you will need something else to study to get the specifics.
This book almost read like my notes from the Online Microsoft course.
you wont pass the exam with Just this book, but it is a good additin to have as a quick read on your way to work or during lunch break.
I would say about 25% of the exam questions are your typical Microsoft semantics questions and answers that the book can't possibly prepare you for. You'll still have to learn how Microsoft will try to trip you up on the exam and it could be one minor detail in one word or maybe they'll ask a question with 8 different answers to choose from and they will say "One more more answers might apply" Then every question will almost look the same with the exception of one minor detail.
If you have the money, go ahead and purchase an exam simulation and study the ones you get wrong in full detail and you'll be fine.
By time I ran the practice simulation about the 3rd time, I was scored about an 87%. I don't plan to schedule to take the test until I get at least in the mid to high 90 percents. I'm sure the real exam will find something you never were asked or Microsoft will try to trip you up with semantics.