Your Journey To Pass The MS-900
Perhaps this is your first step toward the certification, or perhaps you are coming back for another round. We hope that you feel this exam challenges you, teaches you, and prepares you to pass the MS-900. If this is your first course on MS-900, take a moment to relax. This could be the first step to a new high-paying job and an AMAZING career.
What Is The MS-900 Focused On?
The MS-900 or as it’s also known, the Microsoft 365 Fundamentals, like all tests, there is a bit of freedom on Microsoft's part to exam an array of subjects. That means knowing the majority of MS-900 content is required because they test randomly on the many subjects available. Be aware too that experience requirements often exist because they’ve observed the average person and what is required. You can always push past that to succeed with the MS-900 but it may take some extra work.
Rome Wasn’t Built In A Day
Remember that incredible things take time. And just like ancient monuments took years of effort, certification is not easy. It is not always quick either. If you have questions, don’t forget to leave a comment and reach out.
Remember That Certification Is Quite Rewarding
It can be hard to keep your focus on studying but remember that the best jobs in the world are only a few tests away. Whether you enter Cyber Security or do entry level tech work, certification is a clear, learnable, and rewarding path to careers that pay a LOT of money. They offer better work-life balance and you’ll get in with some of the major leaders in the business world. So don’t give up, it is worth it, and all this work will pay off!
This exam is designed for candidates looking to demonstrate foundational knowledge on the considerations and benefits of adopting cloud services in general and the Software as a Service (SaaS) cloud model. This exam also covers knowledge of available options and benefits gained by implementing Microsoft 365 cloud service offerings.
This exam can be taken as a precursor to cloud computing and technologies exams, such as Office 365, Microsoft Intune, Azure Information Protection (AIP), and Windows 10.
Here is the exam outline:
Understand cloud concepts (15-20%)
Understand core Microsoft 365 services and concepts (30-35%)
Understand security, compliance, privacy, and trust in Microsoft 365 (25-30%)
Understand Microsoft 365 pricing and support (25-30%)