Would any one know if there is link to show how much study time required for each course? Especially Win 2012 R2: 70-410-412.
Thank you in advance.
Course/Study Time Frame in Hours to organise/plan self
There is no official timing for study of a course from Microsoft. There is though, some recommendations from our guys internally...the not set in stone, rule of thumb is approximately 3 hrs for every hour of content that you are covering. So for example, on 70-410, when you learn the Hyper-V content, if it's an hour long episode. We would recommend reviewing the material, research and evening using our vLabs to help you review and study the content more indepth for 3 additional hours to make sure you can feel comfortable in the exam objectives for Hyper-V.
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Wish you a very happy new year, Ronnie!
Thank you for the response - excellent tip.
I got another question: Would there be a way to know in an index list how long each video segment is? This is again with planning the time (being a family man :-) ), and for applying your great study tips above.
Have a wonderful day!
Hi - I see the time blocks per session when I click on View Resources, as of today 10 Jan 2015.
With the new web page/interface, all my personal information has got reset and all courses marked as "Completed" have also got reset - Not Complaining, just commenting :-)
Also for anyone needing to login from an Andr0id device, please note that it worked for me after downloading and installing the "BOAT" browser from Google Play Store.