Office specialist

Discussion in 'Microsoft Certification' started by Tora, Nov 20, 2003.

  1. Tora

    Tora Guest

    I want to prepare for the Microsoft Office Specialist exam (not expert).
    Do i have to take all the exams at once (Excel, Word, Access, Outlook) or
    can i do one at a time.

    Let's say i pass for Word but dont pass for Access, do i get a sort of
    certificatio then, or is the certification for complet MS Office ?

    I found the things i have to know on Microsoft's website and also the books
    (step by step) that prepare you for the exam.
    Will the books be enough, or should i get some more study material ?

    Is there anywhere i can get a test-exam so i can see how things are done ?

    Does this exam, like the Microsoft Certified ones, has a number ? I couldnt
    find it in the list of exams on the webpage

    Thanks.
     
    Tora, Nov 20, 2003
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    Paisleyskye Guest

    Hi Tora,

    You can take MOS exams one at a time, and you get a certificate for each one
    that you pass. I would use the study material that you have, and get as
    much hands on practice as possible (the exam isn't multiple choice, its a
    hands-on format where you have to make actual revisions to documents.

    I hope this helps.
     
    Paisleyskye, Nov 20, 2003
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    Tora Guest

    This helps,

    Thanks
     
    Tora, Nov 21, 2003
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