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The best, cheapest starting point for the MCSE �, 21. Juni 2000
Not just for the MCSE; the content is definitely good for other similar Networking Certifications. (It gives a solid grounding for people with next to ZERO knowledge of Computers & Networking but feel an MCSE-or similar-is something they can do.)
If you're not sure enough to make those up-front payments for expensive courses & huge sets of textbooks, make this little book your first stopover to possible (or probable!) success. It's not written in professorial language, and is a good tool to measure your potential. (Or rather, to help you decide whether you like Computers & Networking enough to *want* to have the potential.)
Treat this book as a kind of litmus test.
Here's what worked for me :
1. Study each chapter thoroughly without peeking at the end-of-chapter questions;
2. Do the test at the end of each chapter without looking back into the text. (Be strict about this. Also, it's a very good idea *not* to peek at the questions while (or before) studying the chapter. Reason? You want to get yourself used to being able to handle the uncertainty. When tackling an end of chapter test, magine you're doing an actual exam. Another idea is to do each end of chapter test in an *unfamiliar* environment-to simulate the unfamiliarity of the exam centre where you'd be taking the final (real) exam.