As a late-stage exam preparation tool, the MCTS 70-620 Cert Flash Cards Online provides a concise review of all objectives on the Windows Vista exam 70-620: MCTS: Windows Vista, Configuring. This alternative learning format presents a unique approach that compliments other self-study formats like books and practice tests. Cert flash cards online consist of a custom flash card application loaded with 300 total questions for the exam.
The questions are organized by objective and sub-objective. Allowing you to focus your study on selected topics. You can customize the set of cards you receive. You can choose to view cards in order or at random, and you can create custom sets from the entire bank of cards. Once the bank is chosen, you view questions, test yourself, and then view answers. You can even write notes on each question, and then get a printable PDF of all your notes, aligned to the relevant questions and their correct responses.
These robust features make this a truly unique learning tool:
" Provide space to enter long answers
" Provide ability to mark individual questions right or wrong
" Provide a score report
" Create custom sets based on questions marked incorrect
" Ability to view graphics as part of questions
" Ability to print flash cards
" Ability to check online for updates to question banks
These fact-filled flash cards allow you to get all-important information at a glance, helping you focus your study on areas of weakness and to enhance memory retention of essential exam concepts.
1 Installing and Upgrading Windows Vista
2 Configuring and Troubleshooting Post-Installation Settings
3 Configuring Windows Security Features
4 Configuring Network Connectivity
5 Configuring Applications that Run Windows Vista
6 Maintaining and Optimizing Systems that Run Windows Vista
7 Configuring and Troubleshooting Mobile Computing
About the author:
Chris Crayton (MCSE, MCP+I, A+, Network+) is a technical consultant, security consultant, and trainer. Formerly, he worked as a networking instructor at Keiser College and as a network administrator for Protocol, an electronic customer relationship management (eCRM) company. Chris has authored several print and online books, including Microsoft Windows Vista 70-620 Exam Guide Short Cut (O'Reilly, 2007), CompTIA A+ Essentials 220-601 Exam Guide Short Cut (O'Reilly, 2007), A+ Adaptive Exams (Charles River Media, 2002), and The Security+ Exam Guide (Charles River Media, 2003).
About the Technical Editor:
Ed Tittel has worked in the computing industry for over 25 years as a programmer, a technical evangelist, a trainer, author, and consultant. He currently writes for numerous Web sites, including TechTarget.com, RealTime Publishers, and DigitalLanding.com. He has also contributed to over 140 computer books with numerous titles on HTML, XML, IT certification, information security, and PC technology. Perhaps best known for creating the Exam Cram series, Ed also teaches online and in the classroom in Round Rock, TX, where he makes his home. For more information, please visit www.edtittel.com.