Exam Profile 70-516: Accessing Data With Microsoft .NET Framework 4
- By Brien Posey
- Sep 17, 2012
This article profiles the MCTS 70-516, Accessing Data with Microsoft .NET Framework 4 exam ,which tests a candidate’s ability to use the .NET Framework to access various types of data. Pearson IT Certification provides a variety of exam preparation tools to help our customers in their quest for certification. As part of our service to you, we have developed this Exam Profile series. Each profile is developed based on the testing experience of one of our trainers or authors. You won’t get exact questions or answers, but you will get a real feel for the exam. Each profile describes question forms, trouble spots, hints for exam preparation, and recommendations for additional study resources. Find out what you can expect to see on the exam and how you can better prepare for it.
The .NET Framework has become the cornerstone upon which most Microsoft applications are built. As such, knowing how to work with the .NET Framework is an essential skill for developers. Exam 70-516 tests a candidate’s ability to use the .NET Framework to access various types of data.
- Number of questions: Microsoft does not disclose the number of questions on their certification exams, but this exam is estimated to contain 80 questions.
- Types of questions: Microsoft does not disclose the types of questions that appear on their certification exams, but this exam consists primarily of multiple choice questions. You may also encounter build a tree, hot area, reorder, or simulation questions.
- Passing score: 700/1000
- Time limit: Microsoft does not disclose exam time limits, but the time limit for this exam is estimated to be about two hours.
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