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Microsoft DP-300 Exam

Certification Provider: Microsoft
Exam: Administering Relational Databases on Microsoft Azure
Duration: 2 Hours
Number of questions in the database: 82
Exam Version: July 20, 2021
Exam Topics:
  • Topic 1: Question Set 1
  • Topic 2: Question Set 2
  • Topic 3: Question Set 3
  • Topic 4: Question Set 4
  • Topic 5: Question Set 5
  • Topic 6: Question Set 6
  • Topic 7: Question Set 7
  • Topic 8: Testlet 1
  • Topic 9: Testlet 10
  • Topic 10: Testlet 2
  • Topic 11: Testlet 3
  • Topic 12: Testlet 4
  • Topic 13: Testlet 5
  • Topic 14: Testlet 6
  • Topic 15: Testlet 7
  • Topic 16: Testlet 8
  • Topic 17: Testlet 9
Microsoft DP-300 Comments:
Highly Voted 7 months, 4 weeks ago
Got 47Q. Three new questions: 1.get free space from sys.database_files 2. dm_os_wait_stats 's PAGELATCH_UP WaitType 3.which effect about ColumnStore Compress change to ColumnStore Archive ...
upvoted 17 times
Highly Voted 1 year ago
Get it done today 13/7/20. Got 64 Q. 1st part: Scenario 1 (5Q.) 2nd part: Yes/No Q (6Q.) 3rd part: MC/HOTSPOT/DRAG DROP (46 Q.) Final part: Scenario 2 (7Q.) So this beta exam is divided into 4 parts in which you cannot return to the last part after reviewing/confirming the answers of the single part. This dump is mostly valid and all the questions are in the exam. (EXCEPT PART 1 Scenario 1 (5Q.)) Therefore you will mostly pass this exam in 1st attempt if you studied this.
upvoted 13 times
11 months, 3 weeks ago
how long we have to wait for the results? I am waiting from first days of April
upvoted 1 times
11 months, 2 weeks ago
Hey I got my results. Passed :) Thanks to all the commenters and to site admins.
upvoted 3 times
3 weeks, 1 day ago
Hey! How long did you prepare for this exam?
upvoted 1 times
Most Recent 2 weeks ago
Passed the exam, used this and a cloud guru videos and practice exams, also experienced dba. Good material here, make sure to understand and use Microsoft learn URL as well. Good luck!
upvoted 1 times
4 weeks ago
Passed with 858. I was expecting over 900. 58 Questions in total. 4 in first case study. 47 questions followed. Then 7 case study again. 12 of 47 questions are new questions. But they are still similar to existing ones from here. Case study are the same from here. But some new questions as well. Not too difficult ones. New questions include: How to update Azure SQL databases MAXDOP. How to limite application using resources in MI (2 questions about this one. 6 points at least) How to use SQL policy to check SP naming convention. Performance, such as IOPS for Azure SQL different pricing tier. ARM template deploy Azure SQL database. - VM (disk cache: variables & parameters, cache: readwrite)? - SQL (what will this template deploy? SQL DB, MI .. DTU/vCore ... Premium/Business ...) Make sure go through all topics from Microsoft's preparation site: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/learn/certifications/exams/dp-300 Lots of new questions and existing questions are covered from this URL. Good luck.
upvoted 6 times
1 month ago
Got 58 questions yesterday. 70% questions covered. Part of new questions, 2 'tricky' ones about ARM templates. - VM (disk cache: variables & parameters) ? - SQL (what will this template deploy? SQL DB, MI .. DTU/vCore ... Premium/Business ...) The 2 case studies are still the same as here, but with some new 'easy' questions.
upvoted 5 times
1 month, 1 week ago
Passed today. Total 58Q with 2 case studies. 70% Q covered here, thanks examtopics
upvoted 1 times
1 month, 3 weeks ago
There are about 10 new questions. 58Q in exams. 2 Cas study are the same in prep questions except 1 new question added.
upvoted 3 times
2 months ago
Very Useful
upvoted 1 times
2 months, 4 weeks ago
732/1000, passed the test. At least 70% questions from this set appeared on my test today. Very helpful. Also with the comments.
upvoted 1 times
2 months, 4 weeks ago
Passed this week with 817 Resource is very helpful! Thank you all Contributors and ET team!
upvoted 1 times
3 months, 2 weeks ago
Passed last week with 925/1000 Resource is wery hepful !
upvoted 3 times
3 months, 2 weeks ago
Passed 75%. Do you research. So important. Was 46 questions. About 30 - 35 were from here.
upvoted 1 times
3 months, 3 weeks ago
Passed with 914/1000. This resource is excellent. Read the comments & do the research.
upvoted 2 times
4 months, 1 week ago
I have passed the exam with a score of 872 and a total of 47 questions. About 6 of the 35 questions in the first part are not in the question bank; in the second part, there are two sets of case studies with a total of 12 questions, and about third of the questions are not in the dump.
upvoted 1 times
5 months, 3 weeks ago
Two case studies in the exam: Litware and Contoso
upvoted 4 times
5 months, 4 weeks ago
Passed, 1/28. 45 questions, about 75% were from here. This is a good resource.
upvoted 4 times
6 months ago
Passed today..got 47Q..very useful material part1-36Q approx 32-33Q from here part 2 -scenario included 2 case studies 1st case study - 4Q not from here 2nd case study - 7Q came from here
upvoted 3 times

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