Passed AZ-900 with score above 900. Study for Microsoft certs from Microsoft. Everything else is an add-on.

Microsoft certs have a particular way of to deliberately phrase the question in such a way that you are forced to ponder.

Even if you have a photographic memory; that does not matter. Some questions are such that 1 feature is combined with 2 concepts. And two options usually come very close to each other.

So unless your basics are in place it would be difficult to answer.

Nor does UNION or EXCEPT work on reading Microsoft docs because. Everything is relevant.

Tip 1: I followed the current blogs and posts from Microsoft to keep up to date with change of their learning paths/rewards/offers/training, etc.

Tip 2 : Fundamentals path has been upgraded from late Jan 2021 to suit 9th November 2020 changes.

Tip 3: Follow MVP’s videos on YouTube. I followed videos from Adam Marczak and Tim Warner.

Tip 4: Microsoft Training Day events for 100% free vouchers. On attendance via your Microsoft account you will receive a discount voucher. At present its 100% of the cost. Provided you register yourself and have a certification dashboard.

Tip 5: Toolkits tests and practice

Tip 6: This is final and like I said in the title collection of add-ons.

One final note. My exam was scheduled for midnight my time. And the proctor was delayed by 30 mins so do not leave your seat or camera, as a pop-up comes saying you are not there. It may be a bot or something idk. So be patient.

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Aditya Naidu

Aditya Naidu

Have been working as a Techie for the past 15 years and excellence in domains such as IoT 4.0, BFSI, Telecom, e-com and more recently AI.