So I recently followed the AZ-900 course and did (and passed) the exam. And I noticed something:
The content on the AZ-900 course is relevant, up-to-date and actually useful for the official exam. The questions I got during my exam were directly relevant to content on the ITProTV show. Or, rather, the course was relevant to the exam.
And don't get me wrong, that's good! However...
Comparing the actual exam to the practice test of AZ-900, it would seem that there is a mismatch between questions asked on the official exam and on the practice test. It's as if the practice test is not up-to-date or has any relevant questions about the specific topic. Some of the practice questions asked on the AZ-900 practice test are about material that wasn't present in the AZ-900 course.
I am seeing the same thing now with the AZ-500 course. Some, if not most, of the practice test questions do not relate at all to the content of the course/show here on ITProTV. Not security-related at all, more AZ-900 or AZ-104 type stuff.
There seems to be a mismatch between practice exams and the questions. As if all questions relating to Azure in any way shape or form have been dumped into a big Azure-question-pool and all the AZ-*** tests just pick 40 questions at random from this Azure-question-pool, regardless of their applicability to the specific exam.
Does anyone have the same experience or am I just unlucky with the practice tests?