Re: A little lost...

Discussion in 'MCSE' started by kpg, Jan 24, 2007.

  1. kpg

    kpg Guest

    =?Utf-8?B?UGF1bCBM?= <Paul > wrote in

    > Hello everyone,
    > Just to introduce myself. I am a Network Technician currently.
    > I obtain an AS in ICT and didn't like the environment and so forth so
    > decided to not continue with the second year or pursue with Uni. I
    > then managed to get a job where I am now. I have now seen that I am
    > happy in what I am doing, and truthfully enjoy myself; unlike when I
    > was at College. Throughout my life I have always been on top of the
    > latest technology, building stand-alone machines, then worked up the
    > ladder and worked my way onto W2K3, AD, GPO's, RIS, Ghost and so on.
    > So my decision from here on in is to pursue with what I enjoy and
    > begin to get some form of recognised qualifications in the industry.
    > Just so when I decide to move on from my current position I won't find
    > it as difficult to get another position.
    > With this brings me here, an MCSE. I have searched endlessly round the
    > Microsoft Learning pages but haven’t found any answer to my
    > question. Below I post my un-answered question and maybe someone will
    > be able to share their experience and fulfil the answer.
    > One of the reasons behind my lack of faith in the College/Uni
    > experience is the fact that the majority of the time it's a written
    > exam. Personally, I am a very independent, hands-on character. This
    > therefore I wonder what the scenario of MCSE examinations are... I see
    > 'simulations' are used, that's perfect; but not enough information on
    > the particular exams in question. Which are the 6 core examinations
    > required for the MCSE.
    > Regards,
    > Paul L
    > Network Technician

    I read that twice (yes, I'm bored) and I still don't see a question.
    kpg, Jan 24, 2007
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