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MOS OneNote 2013

Discussion in 'Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS)' started by tomdeb18, Mar 12, 2015.

  1. tomdeb18

    tomdeb18 Bit Poster

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    Hello everyone,

    As of today I have passed the MOS Word, Excel and PowerPoint 2013 exams. Which of course is great! But since I'm ahead of the rest of my class my teacher told me that I could go for another 'extra' one. Now I would like to do the OneNote exam, but I'm wondering why I can't find any study guide at all. Is that because it's so easy, or what?

    I did take a look at the skills that will be measured and it doesn't seem too difficult. However, I could be wrong of course. Anyone who passed the OneNote 2013 exam who can tell me about the difficulty and whether it's hard to learn for it or not? :P

    Also, I actually do doubt a little bit about going for OneNote ór for Outlook. Outlook is being used more in business than OneNote as it seems, so it would make more sense to me to go for that one. However, since Outlook isn't running anymore on my PC (constantly get an error saying .pst file is missing, can't fix this one) I'm not able to practice for the exam. Not sure if it's recommended to do that anyway, since I passed Word 2013 and PowerPoint 2013 without practicing at all. xD Someone who could give me an proper answer on this one as well?

    Thanks in advance!
     
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  2. jk2447

    jk2447 Petabyte Poster Moderator

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    Hiya, I am sorry I don't know much about office, I wish I did, Excel skills certainly. It's good to see someone asking about Office and its certification. Congrats on being top of the class, hopefully someone who's passed the exam will comment. Cheers, Jim
     
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  3. SimonV

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    I never went for the OneNote exam but did the Outlook, personally I think Outlook is more widely used and would be a great exam to take, plus if you further yourself and come into contact with Exchange etc you will have a much better understanding of the server setup requirements having learning the user end of Outlook.
     
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  4. tomdeb18

    tomdeb18 Bit Poster

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    Then I will go for Outlook 2013. After all, it indeed smeems like something I could actually use in the real world. :)

    But how difficult is it? I found Excel to be the hardest exam, while both Word and PowerPoint were much and much easier. How is that with the Outlook exam? And also, how does the exam look like. Because at the Certiport website I've read that Outlook currently isn't available in the new exam model (like Word, Excel and PowerPoint e.g. is). Is it like the previous model? So that you have to perform a task, then click 'Next' or something and then going to the next task? :P
     
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