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August 28, 2006

MCSE Windows 2000 Core Requirements by Chellis (2000)

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MCSE Core Requirements

I purchased these books new in early 2005, and after a year and a half of never opening them, I've decided that I never will (unless they were browsed through in the store, I have literally never even opened one!). I, of course, paid full price for them ($150!!!), thinking that I was getting a bargain since, individually, they're $50 apiece (and there are four, so $200). I have to admit, though, that my interests have never included Microsoft, so I can't imagine what I was thinking. So my loss is your gain!

Here is the front of the front of the unit:

MCSE Core Requirements Front

Here is the bottom of the unit:

MCSE Core Requirements Bottom

And here are the ends of the books:

MCSE Core Requirements Binding

As I read the Current MCSE Requirements, these are all you need. But you must make your own decisions on that, as I am no authority on the matter. Judge for yourself.

Reading books like these while working with software has been my primary method of obtaining certifications (Linux, Networking, A+, etc.). It costs a whole lot less than taking courses and, believe it or not, it's much more educational, because you tend to focus more and take more responsibility for knowing what you need to know to pass. (I said it's more EDUCATIONAL - classes are just as likely to get you to pass, but wouldn't you rather actually know what you're doing?)

Good luck and happy bidding!

Posted by Jeff at August 28, 2006 12:20 PM


Is this bid now invalid?

Posted by: Derrick Tisdal at March 18, 2008 04:53 PM

I ran across your site while inquiring about what is necessary for me to pass network + exam.Im still curious about it, but im also interested in your microsoft books.I would buy them just for the knowledge inside, but I was wandering if they are up to date with the current exam.

Posted by: john at June 9, 2009 12:37 AM

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