Achieved Certification 70-346: Managing Office 365 Identities and Requirements – Today passed this exam
Sharing one good news from our side. Today I have passed the Microsoft exam 70-346: Managing Office 365 Identities and Requirements. Till today I have almost given 8-9 Microsoft certification exams but this one I found one of the toughest exam among those.
Today, there were lots of tension going before and during exam. But finally passed with 840 marks. Here I would like to share the details regarding my study material, some good references for this exam and type of questions.
Questions in exam: There were total 48 questions in exam. Out of those around 8-10 questions are from Case Studies and scenario based. Important point to remember here is these questions are not available for review at the end of exam. Only 38 questions are available for review later. So be careful while answering these questions 🙂
Exam really test the practical knowledge. There were around 8-10 questions are for drag and drop those contains completing PowerShell commands, steps in sequence and so on. This really require good hands on PowerShell cmdlets and practice.
Please have also good understanding of different Office 365 plans there were around 3-4 questions related to Office 365 plan.
Also have good understanding of adding and configuring custom domains, implementing single sign on and ADFS.
Most important thing is well study of around a month and hands on. Its very important to go through Office 365 portal it self since continuous changes happening to cloud 🙂
I referred the book “Exam Ref 70-346: Managing Office 365 Identities And Requirements, 2nd edition” . This book is also available on The Microsoft Press Store.
Following are good references available over the net
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