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    I am interested in knowing how many MPUG members have their Microsoft Project 2010, Managing Projects 70-178 Certification?

    Are any of you interested in obtaining that cert and need some help understanding the material or taking the Prometric exam?

    Regards
    Doc

    Doc Dochtermann, PMP, PMI-SP, MCTS
    Director Strategic Portfolio Management Solutions

    Advisicon Inc
    A Microsoft Partner
    b-docdoc@microsoft.com

    #6637 Reply
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    I have mine. I took the beta exam and passed

    #6639 Reply
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    I took the beta exam in South Africa on 23rd Dec and passed.  I prepared by working through Bonnie Biafore’s online course at Lynda.com – a great course and very affordable.

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    I took the Beta in Germany. I guess I was one of the first here.

    Cheers

    #6664 Reply
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    Hi,I took a stab at the certification when it was offered for free in Beta version last year. The most frustrating part with these certifications is that the results do not tell you which questions you had wrong and why, so there is no way for you to review your areas of weakness (which they do provide, at a high level, grouped in 5 main categories of project management using MS Project). I failed the Beta exam (close call, but still a fail), and since I am pretty competitive, I ended up trying again, paying out of pocket the 2nd time around. I studied for 2 weeks non-stop, had three 600+ page books that they recommend nearly memorized (sidenote: I have been using MS Project 2003, 2007 and 2010 Standard and Pro since 2004!), yet I failed again, this time with weak” areas in 2 other categories??? I have contacted Microsoft afterwards about their feedback and its ineffectiveness w/regard to actually measuring skill and knowledge levels, but without much success. Needless to say, I am a bit disappointed with the process and do question the effectiveness/accuracy of these certifications.I don’t plan to target this certification again, unless my employer absolutely requires it.Not sure if this helps, but this is my experience with the process.”

    #6683 Reply
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    I am definatley interested in learnign more about this and getting the certification.

    Tell me more….

    #6776 Reply
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    Hi Elena

    Whilst I don’t yet have certification for 70-178 (2010) – yet, I am certified for 70-632 (2007).

    The Certification remains current for as long as the software is supported by Microsoft.  So, even though 2010 is in use now, previous certification in 2007 is still relevant as Microsoft still supports Project 2007.

    It is obviously a good idea to keep our certifications up to date though, and I would recommend certification if your office is using 2010.

    Searching for training at microsoft.com will give you information on how you should prepare, there are many options so you should be able to find one that suits your needs.

     

    #6785 Reply
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    I passed the 70-178 about a year ago and just took the 70-177 (for free at MSPC12!) and passed.  I found that really working with Project on a regular basis was the key to passing for me.

     

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