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Passed the Macromedia Flash MX Designer exam last Friday. I really enjoyed studying for this exam. The Flash environment is pretty simple to learn. The exam is not that difficult and is very straight forward. There were 67 questions and a passing score of 75% is required. My resources were :
Book: Macromedia Flash MX - A Beginners Guide
The Macromedia Help Files
The Macromedia sample test
You can see the sample test and other resources at the Macromedia website.
The book is not designed as a study guide for the exam but I found it to be an excellent start and I just looked up any topics in the Help files. The Help files are some of the best I have ever seen. They include examples, detailed explanations, instructions and tutorials. You could probably just use the help files and the exam objectives to study.
Studied about 7-8 weeks and passed comfortably. I think I might look into the Flash Developer exam which I believe is mostly ActionScript. The website is pretty cool. Macromedia actually posts all of their certified professionals on their web site. Worth a look.
Well, that's about it. Any questions, feel free to ask.
 
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