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Other Best company for MCSE qualification?

Discussion in 'General' started by Chr!s, 27 Nov 2009.

  1. Chr!s

    Chr!s What's a Dremel?

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    Can anyone recommend a company for the MCSE one which they have had experience with?

    So many results and each site boasts 10x reviews from previous students, its hard to find the diamond in the rough.
     
  2. saspro

    saspro IT monkey

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    skillsolve in Oxford are very good. It's where I went.
     
  3. quietguy

    quietguy D'orc

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  4. BioSniper

    BioSniper Minimodder

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    Depends how you like to learn really, A self-paced book may be better for you than a training centre!

    Which reminds me, I need to start thinking about my 70-680 soon.
     
  5. fantastic dan

    fantastic dan Minimodder

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    I studied my MCSE myself, took me about 8-9 months. I used books and CBTNuggets mainly.

    TBH I'd look to the MCITP now, it's beginning to gain traction, it's only 5 exams to the MCSEs 7 and assuming it takes you 6 months to complete your MCSE then it'll be about a year from being depricated.
     
  6. simosaurus

    simosaurus What's a Dremel?

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    i used prometric.com
     
  7. quietguy

    quietguy D'orc

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    Minesweeper
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    Does having an MCSE really help? <-- Honest question.
     
  8. fantastic dan

    fantastic dan Minimodder

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    Hmm, yes and no.

    It's no substitue for experience but if you're up against someone with experience only and you have experience and the MCSE then it's likely you'll get the job. Plus if you actually study for it then you'll learn some useful stuff like deploying a PKI that isn't a particularly easy thing to do.
     

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