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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
somewhat useful but not great Aug. 26 2013
By bar5ha - Published on Amazon.com
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This book was intended to be used as a student book as part of a course. As the MTA is now available to self-learners (such as myself), this book has major flaws as a tool of self-instruction and could use a revision.

Each of the ten chapters concludes with a set of practice questions ranging from very obvious to obscure. The problem, however, is that as this was a book intended for the classroom there is no answer key provided, neither in the book nor (to my knowledge) on the web. Hence, while you can complete the questions, there is no way to check the accuracy of your work.

The book also contains a key code to take practice tests on the gmetrix.net website. You will need to run the program in Internet Explorer (boo). The questions differ somewhat from the content in the book.

Finally, when you take the MTA, expect the questions to be on fairly esoteric concepts either briefly mentioned or not covered at all in the book (better learn the meaning of the ins tag for instance).

I'm not entirely thrilled with either the content or the price of this book. It will give you a general idea of what to expect on the exam, just don't expect it to cover everything like it should. I did pass the exam, but this book could have been written much better. Also, if you want to gain actual skills in web design, there are numerous youtube tutorials (thenewboston) far more useful than this book. As of now (August 2013), this is the only detailed book on the market though, so you're pretty much stuck buying this if you want to take the 98-375.
No Way To Get End of Chapter Answer Key June 10 2014
By Zach A - Published on Amazon.com
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Contacted Wiley to get access to answer key that is located at the end of each chapter. I was refused. Seeing as this is a major part of the "usefulness" of this book I was very disappointed to see this. I would not recommend this to anyone learning that is not absolutely required to buy this by a professor.
Excellent! May 27 2014
By Reader In Maryland - Published on Amazon.com
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This is the 4th Wiley Microsoft Official Academic Course book I have read.
I enjoy studying this book. Approximately 250 pages of HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript material
related to the MTA Certification exam 98-375. I again think that this book is very useful for learning the material.
You may be able to pass to exam by studying this book. But I think that other resources will be helpful.
I was able to pass the exam May 2014 using this book for the majority of my study.


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