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#1 sssiv1

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Posted 09 March 2008 - 06:29 AM

Hi all,

As a fresh grad, would taking up a course with career develoment in MCSA be benefical or
going for better quality training in MCSA a better choice?

Career development involves in fixing u with interviews with other companies or maybe my first job.

PLs advise. thanks

#2 davejon09

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Posted 19 February 2012 - 06:07 PM

For getting the MCSA certification, you need to have passed 4 MCP (Microsoft Certified Professional) exams. If you are well versed with the Microsoft Windows platform, then you can expect to complete the certification between 2-4 months. If you are new to the industry, then you might have to put in some more time and effort. There is a lot to know and learn. You will have to do some in-depth study. If you are a beginner, you will need to devote at least six months to the course.

This certification is quite similar to the MSCE certification. With MCSE, you will be planning and designing the server system of the organization. But in MCSA, you will be maintaining the systems instead of planning and designing them. All the systems should be in running condition. It is your job to maintain it that way. If the network gets affected, you, with your MCSA certification, will be expected to fix it.





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