I wasn't sure if this should go here or in the Beginner's forum. It seemed since I was asking about the exam it should go here, but mods, if you need to move it, no problem, I totally get it.
I've been studying the Help guide in Navision very, very thoroughly, basically starting from the top (Using this Guide) and working my way down. It has been PHENOMENAL in my studying and makes the whole thing seem a lot less scary. I'm planning to go through it about six or seven times total, to help memorize steps (like, for instance, how to set up a company) and to learn more about Navision in general.
However, I was flipping through some practice questions, and it seems to me that some of them are difficult to answer even if you know Navision inside and out. It might be that I just haven't gotten to that area yet (I study for 2-3 hours a day at work, then go home and practice all the stuff on my demo version that I can't at work, which is probably another 2-3 hours), but some of the questions are really throwing me.
Would the Help Guide be the thing to answer such questions?
You should study the training material for the specific exam that you want to take. For instance, if you want to take the Service Management exam, you need to study the Service Management course material, maybe even take the class.
Daniel Rimmelzwaan RIS Plus - MVP
In reply to Daniel Rimmelzwaan:
I do plan to study the material...just as soon as I'm given access to Customersource!
STILL waiting on that!
There are no classes near me for T&I and Financial, which is where I plan to start (the closest are in DC...5 hours away), and I'm doing this completely on my own, so I really, really can't miss work.
I wish I could show you the exam sample I stumbled across, some of the questions threw me. I can't find it again, but it'd be a better way to make my point, for sure! :D