M.C.P

Discussion in 'Microsoft Certification' started by Cr][mSoN, Feb 26, 2004.

  1. Cr][mSoN

    Cr][mSoN Guest

    i am starting classes for MCP on saturday i already have
    a+ and network+ my question is there any good sites or
    books to get information, practice questions and do the
    qualifications i have now excuse me from anyting in the
    MCP or MCSE as i would b doing the MCSE next.
     
    Cr][mSoN, Feb 26, 2004
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  2. http://www.4tests.com
    http://www.boson.com
    http://www.cert21.com
    http://www.certclicks.com
    http://www.examnotes.net
    http://www.transcender.com
    http://www.ucertify.com
    http://www.passitexam.org
    http://www.coolcram.com
    http://www.measureup.com
    http://www.certifysky.com
    http://www.syngress.com

    "Cr][mSoN" <> wrote in message
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    > i am starting classes for MCP on saturday i already have
    > a+ and network+ my question is there any good sites or
    > books to get information, practice questions and do the
    > qualifications i have now excuse me from anyting in the
    > MCP or MCSE as i would b doing the MCSE next.
     
    Franco Figún, Feb 26, 2004
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  3. Cr][mSoN

    Guest Guest

    Thank You
    >-----Original Message-----
    >http://www.4tests.com
    >http://www.boson.com
    >http://www.cert21.com
    >http://www.certclicks.com
    >http://www.examnotes.net
    >http://www.transcender.com
    >http://www.ucertify.com
    >http://www.passitexam.org
    >http://www.coolcram.com
    >http://www.measureup.com
    >http://www.certifysky.com
    >http://www.syngress.com
    >
    >"Cr][mSoN" <> wrote in

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    >news:24d701c3fc7a$547d66e0$...
    >> i am starting classes for MCP on saturday i already have
    >> a+ and network+ my question is there any good sites or
    >> books to get information, practice questions and do the
    >> qualifications i have now excuse me from anyting in the
    >> MCP or MCSE as i would b doing the MCSE next.

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    >.
    >
     
    Guest, Feb 26, 2004
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