Posted on 2012-09-21
I'm studying for the 70-685 exam and it's very discouraging. For 18 years I have fixed computers – and for the last 9 years I was a system admin. I found solutions and was able to accomplish what my users wanted, but when I take the Kaplan practice test, I do terrible.
For instance there are LOTS of performance monitor counters, and there were several questions about it. Are we really supposed to remember ALL the millions for performance monitor settings? And that is just the performance monitor, there’s registry hives, group policy settings, etc. That’s a LOT of stuff. In the past I would always look this type of information up, because I always felt no one could remember all of it. Maybe I’m just too stupid to remember so much stuff. Has anyone found a good way to remember so much material for this exam?