Certification 70-486: Developing ASP.NET MVC 4 Web Applications

Last week, I took the exam for Microsoft Certification 70-486: Developing ASP.NET MVC 4 Web Applications and passed successfully and scored 831. This was my first exam after almost two years. Although, the exam format and questions’ style did not differ, I certainly noticed some differences.

The number of questions were 45, and the questions were spread in proportion:

22 general questions
23 questions in 3 different scenarios

The test included 3 different scenarios to analyze, and it required a good amount of time to spend on reading code and business requirements of the scenarios in order to be able to answer the questions. Although the scenarios were quite different, it was very easy to mix the requirements, so a good focus had to be put to remember the requirements of each scenario.

The questions were practical, but not easy. They were focused on details of specific features. I was introduced with good amount of questions regarding session management, especially in distributed environments, security implementation, debugging, azure deployment, and related to controller implementation.

To anyone who is preparing to take the exam, my recommendation is to put a focus on the topics above mentioned.

I hope this helps.

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6 Comments Certification 70-486: Developing ASP.NET MVC 4 Web Applications

  1. rajashri

    Thanks, but can you please provide the dumps that you have use for exams or any other study material.thanks in advance

    Reply
  2. Sukriti Sinha

    Hi Arian,

    I am a naive .Net developer with 1.5 years of experience. I would like to know that what would be the relevant certifications for me in this domain? Please guide.

    Regards,
    sukriti

    Reply
    1. Arian Celina

      Hi Sukriti

      I would suggest you start with MTA training. If I were you, I would start with Software Development Fundamentals (361) and .NET Fundamentals (372). Then you may continue to specialize either in web, mobile, or desktop development.

      I hope it helps.
      Regards
      Arian

      Reply

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