The plan to pass the Web Applications Development with Microsoft .NET 4. certification

I was working through a chapter for my Web Applications Development with Microsoft .NET 4.  I was just finishing the second chapter and the whole self study book has 14 chapters.

I was thinking how much progress should I be making.  I had set myself an a target of doing most of the studying by the end of March.

I had also been doing practise exams, watching videos, reading around the subject.  But my main target is working through this book, so I thought to myself I need to know how many pages I need to read each week so I am on target to get this done by the end of March.  This is mentioned in the post – https://crmbusiness.wordpress.com/2011/01/31/seven-steps-to-certification-success/

The important factor here is the importance of setting a goal/deadline.  Once you have done that then you know the amount of work you need to do each week to achieve you goal.

So with the book I’m reading, it’s 880 pages, so I roughly need to read around 100 pages a week.

I noted down all the chapters in an Excel spreadsheet so I can track my progress.  Now that is sad.

70-515 – Self paced chap pages chap start chap end percent current page current percent
Chap 1 39 1 40 4.55
Chap 2 55 41 96 10.91 96 10.91
Chap 3 63 97 160 18.18
Chap 4 66 161 227 25.8
Chap 5 63 228 291 33.07
Chap 6 37 292 329 37.39
Chap 7 57 330 387 43.98
Chap 8 65 388 453 51.48
Chap 9 97 454 551 62.61
Chap 10 71 552 623 70.8
Chap 11 61 624 685 77.84
Chap 12 101 686 787 89.43
Chap 13 43 788 831 94.43
Chap 14 48 832 880 100

 

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