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    Hello everyone,

    I'm currently in a gap year, exams are almost over and aside from travelling, working, gym, learning piano and stem cell research, I haven't got anything else planned for the time spanning February to October when I (hopefully, but almost definitely) go to UCL.

    Now, I've signed myself up to take the MENSA IQ test on 27/04 at UCL, just for fun really but I'm pretty sure I'll get in, not to sound arrogant, which I can do sometimes (blame my secondary school, I used to be extremely modest).

    That's enough background, I'm interested in taking the MCAS exam for Word 2007. I am aware that Word 2010 will be out soon, and is already in beta, but I want an MCAS now, and I think with a bit of training I'll be able to achieve it, if not, it's under £100 and that's one Sunday's work, so I'll just work an extra day to cover it.

    I've been doing a bit of research online, and there doesn't seem to be much help for UK citizens, and I'm sure many people out there on TSR have this MCAS, and will be able to give me advice on where to take it, if I could do it, when to take it, how to prepare for it.

    I'd really appreciate any help pertaining to my suggestions above or anything helpful you know about the MCAS.

    Thank you for your time people.
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    Tad arrogant.
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    (Original post by Avinash123)
    Tad arrogant.
    Haha I knew you'd view this thread, Chav.
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    helloooo

    i did this at school, in year 9 i think.
    we took the first half of the year doing word, the 2nd half doing excel.

    when i did it, it was with word and excel 2000.
    we could do either normal or expert level, and we were kept an eye on so we knew whether we were taking the right exam.

    i think we had the first exam paid for by the school, but any retakes we had to pay for.


    it is possible to get 100%, if you dont know what a question is asking, just look all the menus and you will find what its asking for:p:

    according to wikipedia, it seems MCAS has replaced MOS
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    (Original post by alexsheppard11)
    helloooo

    i did this at school, in year 9 i think.
    we took the first half of the year doing word, the 2nd half doing excel.

    when i did it, it was with word and excel 2000.
    we could do either normal or expert level, and we were kept an eye on so we knew whether we were taking the right exam.

    i think we had the first exam paid for by the school, but any retakes we had to pay for.


    it is possible to get 100%, if you dont know what a question is asking, just look all the menus and you will find what its asking for:p:

    according to wikipedia, it seems MCAS has replaced MOS
    Ah okay, that makes things a bit clearer. Any idea where/how to take the exam?
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    (Original post by 12ian34)
    Ah okay, that makes things a bit clearer. Any idea where/how to take the exam?
    http://www.certiport.com/Portal/Pages/LocatorView.aspx
 
 
 

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