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MOS Master

Discussion in 'Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS)' started by Dazzo, Sep 28, 2012.

  1. Dazzo

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    Passed the Excel 2010 expert today to get my master. All done in 3 months :D
     
    Certifications: A+, MOS: Master 2010, Network +
  2. AdamV

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    Brilliant, well done!
     
    Certifications: MCT, MCSA:Messaging 2003, MCTS:Dynamics CRM 4.0 and 2011; MOS: Master Instructor 2003, 2007
    WIP: Writing CRM 2013 Customization course. Planning to take all CRM 2013 exams ASAP
  3. Notes_Bloke

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    Congratulations:thumbleft

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    WIP: MCSA
  4. SimonV

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    Well done on the pass, whats next?
     
    Certifications: MOS Master 2003, CompTIA A+, MCSA:M, MCSE
    WIP: Keeping CF Alive...
  5. Dazzo

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    2 Years in Australia :D

    Trying to decide what to do over there in terms of certs. May just stick to learning more HTML/CSS/PHP or just see which way the wind blows over there!

    Alot of helpdesk jobs ask for experience in office so I thought these may help aswell as my 4 years with office 2003/2010.
     
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    Certifications: A+, MOS: Master 2010, Network +
  6. SimonV

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    I started my certs with the MOS 2003 and having that knowledge really gave me the edge when I was working my way up from user support. If you can assist at floor level and even help others to be more productive your name soon gets mentioned and you find more opportunities open up for you. Well that was the case for me anyway.

    Australia sounds good, I have a friend that's been out there 7 months now. He loves it so far and the way of life sounds like a great incentive. Best of luck, where are you thinking if heading.
     
    Certifications: MOS Master 2003, CompTIA A+, MCSA:M, MCSE
    WIP: Keeping CF Alive...
  7. Dazzo

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    We are going to Perth, as my GF has an aunty and uncle there who said we can stay with them aslong as we need. In exchange for some baby sitting i'm sure!
    Thanks for the advice, I've been working as an information manager and technical officer for just over 3 years now at a GP practice but when I get over there I think i'll be starting at the beginning.....who knows! Will keep an eye on CF incase I can offer any help advice :D
     
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  8. JavaBohne

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    Hello,

    I am living in Atlanta, USA and would love to attempt the Microsoft Office 2010 Specialist or Expert exam. My question is, do I have to do the "Spexialist" first and then the Expert?

    Do I need classes or can I prepare myself with correspinding books and self study?

    I appreciate any help!

    Thank you!

    javaBohne
     
  9. AdamV

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    You can take the Expert exams for Word and Excel without doing the specialist ones first, if you have the skill and experience to do so.
     
    Certifications: MCT, MCSA:Messaging 2003, MCTS:Dynamics CRM 4.0 and 2011; MOS: Master Instructor 2003, 2007
    WIP: Writing CRM 2013 Customization course. Planning to take all CRM 2013 exams ASAP
  10. JavaBohne

    JavaBohne New Member

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    Thank you for your answer and the great advise!
     
  11. JavaBohne

    JavaBohne New Member

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    Which books are advised to learn in self studies to pass the MOS specialist or/and expert exams. There are some at Amazon, but with no descriptions. Which books did you use to learn with? I am interested in Access, 201, Excel, 2010, Word 2010 and PowerPoint 2010.

    Thanks for your answers!
     

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