98-372 : MTA - Microsoft .NET Fundamentals

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Candidates appearing for the exam prove their skills in creating Microsoft .NET applications. They should have hands-on experience with .NET Framework by taking Visual Basic .NET tutorials and working on it.
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98-372
MTA - Microsoft .NET Fundamentals
ISBN : 978-1-61691-297-0

Here's what you will get

The MTA exam is a standalone certification from Microsoft with the exam code 98-372. The certification is targeted at professionals who want to prove their caliber in Microsoft .NET Framework.

Lessons
Lessons
7+
Exercises
170+
Quizzes
136+
Flashcards
93+
Glossary of terms
93+
TestPrep
Pre-assessment Questions
15+
Full Length Tests
4+
Post-Assessment Questions
35+

Videos and How To..

uCertify course includes videos to help understand concepts. It also includes How Tos that help learners with how to accomplish certain tasks.

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Exam FAQs
What is the exam registration fee? USD 115
Where do I take the exam?

The Microsoft 98-372 exam is administered by Certiport and Pearson VUE at testing centers worldwide.

  • For Certiport: Click here to find a testing center near you.
  • For Pearson VUE: Click here to find a testing center near you.
What is the format of the exam? Multiple choice questions
What are the pre-requisites of the exam? While there are no official prerequisites to take the Microsoft Technology Associate certification, both Microsoft and uCertify strongly recommend that the candidate should have knowledge of .NET applications.
How many questions are asked in the exam? The exam contains 40-60 questions.
What is the duration of the exam? 45 minutes
What is the passing score? 700

(on a scale of 0-1000)

What is the exam's retake policy?

Retake Policy for Microsoft 98-372 exam is:

  • If a candidate does not achieve a passing score on an exam the first time, the candidate must wait 24 hours before retaking the exam.
  • If a candidate does not achieve a passing score the second time, the candidate must wait seven days before retaking the exam a third time.
  • A seven-day waiting period is imposed for each subsequent exam retake.
  • A candidate may not take a given exam any more than five times per year (12 months). This 12-month period starts the day of the fifth unsuccessful exam retake. The candidate is then eligible to retake the exam 12 months from that date. To take a given exam more than five times per year, a candidate must submit a request and obtain prior permission from Microsoft.
What is the validity of the certification? Microsoft Technology Associate has no expiration. The certification holder is certified for life unless the vendor changes their policy. Click here for more information.
Where can I find more information about this exam? To know more about the 98-372, click here.
Which certification covers this exam?
What are the career opportunities after passing this exam?
  • Web Developer
  • Software Developer
  • Database Administrator

Here's what you will learn

  • Understand basic application settings.
  • Understand events and event handling in the .NET Framework.
  • Understand structured exception handling in the .NET Framework.
  • Understand .NET class hierarchies.
  • Understand Object Oriented Concepts in the .NET Framework.
  • Understand .NET namespaces.
  • Understand and create class libraries.
  • Understand and use different data types in the .NET Framework.
  • Understand generics.
  • Understand the fundamentals of Microsoft Interme...(MSIL) and Common Language Infrastructure (CLI).
  • Understand the use of strong naming.
  • Understand version control
  • Understand assemblies and metadata.
  • Understand .NET file classes.
  • Understand console I/O.
  • Understand XML classes in the .NET Framework.
  • Understand the System Security namespace.
  • Understand authentication and authorization.
  • Understand language interoperability.
  • Understand type safety.
  • Understand resource allocation.
  • Understand the difference between managed and unmanaged applications.