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By croydon8 ·
Hi to everyone
I want to do MCSE Windows 2000 and server certifications. Can any one tell me how I can do it bits by bits due to shortage of money.
And also is it better to do CCNA or MCSE?

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by CG IT In reply to Certifications

Prometric! allows you to take each MCSE test individually [which if you pass the first one, your MCP certified]. Then after you pass all 7, grants the MCSE certification. Tests run about $150.00 per test. Checkout Prometric's website.

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by Ann777 In reply to Certifications

Buy the Sybex books on each of the tests and read through them beside machines you have setup for practice -- work through each of the labs and scenarios and understand completely before moving on. You need to learn this so that it makes sense (not just questions & answers from memory).

Go to the download sites for study guides... but actually work through any books you can get your hands on (even borrow from a public library, friends, etc. if you can).

I think CCNA was okay a few years ago... but now you hear about Corporations (with bucks to spend on technology) planning to migrate to Win2000 or WinXP. So I'd suggest MCSE unless you have a specific need for CCNA.

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