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The Secret of Computer Training: Treat Your Brain as an Individual
Paul Goodison Shows how to Help Yourself to Professional Qualifications

How come when asked about a training course or study text one person can say "I just passed my MCSE with this - great!" But the next guy says, "This sucked - the information was so poorly presented!" How are you supposed to make the right choice? How can they disagree so much?

The risk in getting the wrong training is not just in the money- it's the risk of wasting your time, getting demoralized and failing the exam. Using my simple five point test thousands of people have been helped on their way to professional qualifications. They've found it easier and cheaper to get those all-important letters after their name, simply by knowing what type of training to choose.

The training material for programs like MCSE, CNE and A+ is a riot of consumer choice. There are study books, training kits, CBT (computer based training), online training, revision guides, test simulation software, flashcards, videos - and tutor-led 
courses. The fact that this market is so competitive means that the quality of the products available is high and each large manufacturer distributes materials of a similar caliber, so don't be afraid to shop around and mix and match. Remember that it is very high quality, but some media may be wrong for you.

So what IS going to work for you? Here's the five point "Self Exam" to take, before you part with any money.

 

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