MCSE Tutorials

A review of MCSE tutorials and how to become a Microsoft certified software engineer

 

 



 
 

Consider Training Courses Before Taking MCSE Exams

Did you realize that Microsoft-CSE certification requires seven (7) part examinations? In addition there is...


Many people do not realize that an MCSE certification requires a person to take a seven part exam. The 70-290 managing and maintaining a Windows server 2003 environment, 70-291 implementing, managing, and maintaining a Windows server 2003 network infrastructure, 70-293 planning and maintaining a Windows server 2003 network infrastructure, 70-294 planning, implementing, and maintaining a Windows server 2003 active directory infrastructure are all required portions of the networking systems section.

In addition to that there is a portion on client operating systems, design and one elective that can be selected from a list of about 20 possibilities. MCSE exams are very complex and require extensive knowledge to pass.

With such complex information needed, most people who want to be MCSE certified need to attend training classes, either on a campus or online before they are prepared to take the final exam. Not only do most elect to do this, it is highly recommended as taking the exam is not free.

Many companies that offer the certification exam will offer it for free if you first take their training course. Some will even allow you to take the test multiple times at no additional charge continuing to allow you to have access to the training materials so that you can focus on areas that give you trouble.

Another thing that many experts recommend before you take your MCSE exam is that you have two or more years experience in networking systems. This experience, while it will not cover everything, can give you a real understanding of the training materials, which will make taking the courses and eventually the exams, much easier to navigate.

Choosing an IT career can be very lucrative, especially in a day and age where technology continues to grow and the demand for experienced and certified IT professionals grow. Before you start investigating MCSE exams and the companies that provide them, make sure that you feel comfortable with the knowledge requirements and take advantage of the many online resources available to you.

You can find online practice exams, many of them free, that allows you to see where you are in terms of what you know and where you need to focus your study as well.


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Microsoft Training Modules - Excellent Tutorials to Help You Learn and Use Software

By Nitha Manu
A computer tutorial is a computer program that aims to assist users in learning how to use a software product, operating system interface, programming tool or game. There are two kinds of Microsoft training modules - movie tutorials that you watch and learn, and interactive tutorials where you follow on-screen instructions, get a hands-on knowledge of actually using the software and finally receive feedback about your actions.
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By Chris Bryant
Chris Bryant, CCIE #12933, knows that taking your first Cisco exam can make you a little nervous. He gives you a general idea of what to expect on exam day so you can concentate on why you're there in the first place -- passing the exam!
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