I just want to say that I passed this exam several weeks ago having no work experience with ASP.NET MVC. 95% of my prep was reading Pro ASP.NET MVC 3 Framework by Steven Sanderson and Adam Freeman and watching videos on Pluralsight.com. Of course, I took a lot of notes and studied them religiously. I also put together two websites for me (alexissantos.com) and my wife (eunicesantos.com) on .NET 4.5 using MVC 4 and Entity Framework Code First to get a little hands-on experience before taking the exam.
Scott Allen of Pluralsight is my hero. Look him up if you don't know.
That's impressive, what videos did you watch on plural sight, how much time did it take you to prepare.
I watched very video with "MVC" or "ASP.NET 3.5" in the title, Introduction to Identity and Access Control in .NET 4.5, Identity and Access Control in ASP.NET 4.5, Web Debugging by Example, and bits and pieces from other ones (based on the items listed on the exam page).
It took me about 3 and half months total from when I started reading the MVC book until I took the exam.
Good luck to you!
Can you share any study material except videos. any pdf or other notes you have ?
I am also deeply into the Pluralsight videos of Scott Allen. Love his style and the modules are very good to understand and to follow. Recently, there was a JumpStart with Scott Hanselman and Jon Galloway on Microsoft Virtual Academy on this exam, too.
Great stuff, especially the Q&A transcript.
Just curious, you said you passed the exam with no work experience with ASP.NET MVC. The sites you list are pretty impressive, what kind of web background did you have prior and how did you get such good graphics to use?
Thanks for the kind words. I've actually been designing and developing websites for 16 years. I'm just new to the MVC flavor of ASP.NET in particular. The About Me page on my site goes into more detail.
I also created every single graphic on those sites. I have many years of experience in 3-D design and motion graphics.
I've been a solo developer all these years, so I've had to take on many roles. One of the reasons I'm studying to become an MCSD is to get my foot in the door with a real software company, on a real dev team.
For the PluralSight vids, I found them here: http://www.asp.net/mvc - scroll down just a bit, and they're on the right-hand side of the page.
For the record, the videos on www.asp.net/mvc are from just one of the courses on ASP.NET MVC from Pluralsight. Pluralsight has many others (for subscribers).