Reviewing for the Microsoft Certified Desktop Support exam can be a bit overwhelming if you do not know where to begin. Since there is a lot that you need to study, how will you know which subtopics you should cover? To start off, you need to be able to outline your entire course content to the smallest detail. From here, you can highlight the important points that might be a bit tedious to study compared to the rest. This is important because you have to design a schedule that will allow you enough time to review and cover each detail of the test.

You can also get some materials from other people who have already taken the test. When you do this, you save time and money and all you need to look for now is material that you do not already have (probably due to the fact that there might be some revisions to the test content). After this, you might also want to make bulleted notes that are going to make the review a cinch for you. By this, we mean highlighting important terms and creating memory devices you can use in order to make them stick to mind. Mnemonics is a good way to do this. Apart from memorizing things, make sure you spend some time learning how to summarize concepts and keeping in touch of the applicability options you have with these important topics. If you follow these great tips to the letter, you will be well on your way to scoring excellent marks on the Microsoft Certified Desktop Support certification exam.

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