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    This is my first Apple certification. I normally probably wouldn't have attained this certification, but it's one my employer recognizes and they paid for it, so there you go. I also find myself supporting a fair number of Mac users these days so it's useful in that regard. To anyone else who is considering this exam, I will say that the study guide provided on the Apple website is comprehensive enough. There's also a Pluralsight video training course which I attempted to watch, but it was too boring so I didn't finish it. I'm thinking this will be my last certification this year and then next year I'm going to work on getting MCSA: Office 365.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kandinsky View Post
    This is my first Apple certification. I normally probably wouldn't have attained this certification, but it's one my employer recognizes and they paid for it, so there you go. I also find myself supporting a fair number of Mac users these days so it's useful in that regard. To anyone else who is considering this exam, I will say that the study guide provided on the Apple website is comprehensive enough. There's also a Pluralsight video training course which I attempted to watch, but it was too boring so I didn't finish it. I'm thinking this will be my last certification this year and then next year I'm going to work on getting MCSA: Office 365.
    I passed mine in the beginning of the year like back in January think. I loved this cert. I learned a lot studying for it and working on Mac Laptops at work as a laptop technician. I know everything for the Mac Certified Professional exam, studied that but can't really take time off work to take exam. Full-time and lots of overtime. Often don't come home to work till 6:30pm or later. Start early in Morning 6:45 and come home after an hour drive home at about 6-6:30 pm.
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    Yeah, it did have some useful information. Your work schedule sounds pretty grueling. Be careful not to get burned out. I think the trick to this industry is to work hard, constantly learn and apply what you learn, but also to pace yourself, to give yourself downtime to recharge, otherwise it can be easy to get burned out.
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