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Topic # 27254 19-Oct-2008 22:24
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Not sure if this post is in the right palce, please move it if there is a better place for it.


Has anyone out there got this?  

Im in my final year of study, had my last lectures on thursday, just a few exams to go then Im done, and I have a few questions for some who is a MCP.  

I see a lot of jobs want people with this qualification.  Just wanted to know what sort of things were covered in it, is there a base ofcriteria to learn then a specilisation area?  


Cheers

Hadley



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  Reply # 172167 19-Oct-2008 23:04
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MCP is very broad 'certification'. Once you sit and pass any Microsoft exam (as part of say, MCSE, MCSA, etc), you have obtained "MCP". You could therefore be MCP certified in pretty much any subject, from Windows XP to advanced network design stuff.

Not sure how their new certification system works, I think they're phasing out MCP though... been a while since I looked at it

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Reply # 172179 20-Oct-2008 07:42
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pwaddles, you are right. You originally posted this in the "Black + White" forum, which is for people to discuss that mobile operator. You should have posted this in the Microsoft Windows forum - or IT Pro forum.

If you post in the right forum to start with you have a much better chance to get replies. I've moved it now.




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