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Discussion in 'MCDST' started by rask, Aug 29, 2006.

  1. rask

    rask Guest

    2 years ago I planned to become an mcdst , now I passed both exams 271 last
    January and 272 yesterday Im so so happy about it. Thanks for the people here
    for all the support. This newsgroup really helped me a lot. Thanks guys


    Follow up question

    I plan to take more certifications. which one is better, MCSA or to take A+
    actually im not really in the IT industry I am an Electronics Engineer that
    works in an amusement arcade. Just wondering which is better for me. We have
    computers and we have an administrator here who is studying for MCSA. I dont
    want take his job hehehe . thanks a million
     
    rask, Aug 29, 2006
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  2. rask

    K Kaylor Guest

    The MSCA will be of more value to you than the A+ cert will. Even though you
    don't want to take your co-workers job, you never know what could happen.

    "rask" wrote:

    > 2 years ago I planned to become an mcdst , now I passed both exams 271 last
    > January and 272 yesterday Im so so happy about it. Thanks for the people here
    > for all the support. This newsgroup really helped me a lot. Thanks guys
    >
    >
    > Follow up question
    >
    > I plan to take more certifications. which one is better, MCSA or to take A+
    > actually im not really in the IT industry I am an Electronics Engineer that
    > works in an amusement arcade. Just wondering which is better for me. We have
    > computers and we have an administrator here who is studying for MCSA. I dont
    > want take his job hehehe . thanks a million
     
    K Kaylor, Aug 29, 2006
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  3. Hi Rask,

    Firstly congratulations on obtaining your MCDST! It is always exciting when
    you get a new cert. I actually passed 70-272 today to add MCDST to my
    repertoire, so we rock!

    I agree with K Kaylor that MCSA is of more benefit that A+. I have never
    gone for it for the simple reason that I have always seen A+ as a stepping
    stone: you either finish school or change careers and have to prove to
    prospective employees that you know something, so you get A+. MCSA on the
    other hand is a real commitment, and in studying for it not only will you
    learn a great deal, but the cert is a lot more meaningful to a lot more
    people.

    Good luck and let us know what you decide!

    M
    --
    MDG, MCSA
    MCSA (2003), MCSA (2000), MCDST.
    Certified Small Business Specialist
    Visit my blog at www.mitpro.ca/Blogs/tabid/59/BlogID/2/Default.aspx


    "rask" wrote:

    > 2 years ago I planned to become an mcdst , now I passed both exams 271 last
    > January and 272 yesterday Im so so happy about it. Thanks for the people here
    > for all the support. This newsgroup really helped me a lot. Thanks guys
    >
    >
    > Follow up question
    >
    > I plan to take more certifications. which one is better, MCSA or to take A+
    > actually im not really in the IT industry I am an Electronics Engineer that
    > works in an amusement arcade. Just wondering which is better for me. We have
    > computers and we have an administrator here who is studying for MCSA. I dont
    > want take his job hehehe . thanks a million
     
    Montreal MCSA, Aug 29, 2006
    #3
  4. rask

    rask Guest

    Thanks guys I will get the mcsa instead.


    "rask" wrote:

    > 2 years ago I planned to become an mcdst , now I passed both exams 271 last
    > January and 272 yesterday Im so so happy about it. Thanks for the people here
    > for all the support. This newsgroup really helped me a lot. Thanks guys
    >
    >
    > Follow up question
    >
    > I plan to take more certifications. which one is better, MCSA or to take A+
    > actually im not really in the IT industry I am an Electronics Engineer that
    > works in an amusement arcade. Just wondering which is better for me. We have
    > computers and we have an administrator here who is studying for MCSA. I dont
    > want take his job hehehe . thanks a million
     
    rask, Aug 30, 2006
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