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mike
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      12-06-2003
Im starting an MCSE class on the 22nd of Dec, anyone have a advice, I
already have one of the books and have been reading, any help would be greta


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Somchai U.
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      12-08-2003
There is not much need to prepare. The trainer should prepare rather than
the trainee.

Somchai U.

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      12-08-2003
Read the sybex series study guide by Lisa Donald with
James Chelis. The book is very good That's what helped me
achieve success. Also use the winsim on the Cd that comes
with the book.Good luck.
 
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Consultant
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      12-08-2003
yes, drop out of the class and take a nursing course. btw, who is greta? you
have her pic?


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> Im starting an MCSE class on the 22nd of Dec, anyone have a advice, I
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greta
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Jimbo
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      12-08-2003
HI,

Sybex books are good also their study guides are also very good if your
funds are limited. you can normally pick them up on ebay.

Jimbo
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