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    Webmaster,

    If this takes off you may have to add an ETA forum.

    Personally, I think I'm going to give it a shot. Not only may it support you when competing for a job, it may also support you when trying to get a contract as a consultant. Like the Webmaster said, someone who's familiar with the ETA certifications (perhaps because they have one in another discipline such as fiber optics) may decide to hire you just for that reason. Every little bit helps in this industry.
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    I went for it.... Just waiting on the confirmation email now

    I downloaded the bonus exams that came with this deal... I will try them later and see how helpful they are.
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    Quote Originally Posted by porengo
    If this takes off you may have to add an ETA forum.
    Did cross my mind actually. Will give it some more serious consideration in a couple of months or so.
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    Due the rapidly increasing interest in the rollover option, StudyExam4Less.com now also offers the i-Net+ to CWS option:

    www.studyexam4less.com/cwsrollover.asp
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    Hi all,

    I also went for them both

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    Quote Originally Posted by Webmaster
    On a side note, it kinda remembered me of the i-Net+ to CIW option that was twice as expensive, and very popular. I think it will be interesting to see how many people will go for this, and what it will do to the popularity of other ETA certs.
    I wanted to do the i-Net+ to CIW option, but checked into it too late.

    Other than a cheap, fast route to CIW there would have been no other reason to take i-Net+ at that point.

    Maybe I'll do the i-Net+ in parallel with my CCNP to do the rollover thing.
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    #32
    I wonder....


    ETA is "non-profit" org. ....


    Why we must pay for rollover to CST 49.00 USD ?


    .....pay, pay, pay....for what ? ...... piece of paper..... I already have ....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce Lee
    I wonder....


    ETA is "non-profit" org. ....


    Why we must pay for rollover to CST 49.00 USD ?


    .....pay, pay, pay....for what ? ...... piece of paper..... I already have ....

    so is CompTIA
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    "Non-profit" means making profit is not their goal. That's doesn't mean that they don't have costs to cover, such as administration fees, postal, employees, test development, marketing, and yes even the piece of paper and the ink on it.
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    http://www.eta-i.org/Rollover.html

    according to this page, if you have A+, Network+, and i-Net+, not only can you get CWS, CST, and CNST, but you can get CET as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crap I forgot my old pwd
    http://www.eta-i.org/Rollover.html

    according to this page, if you have A+, Network+, and i-Net+, not only can you get CWS, CST, and CNST, but you can get CET as well.
    I'm afraid that is simply a typo. The exam required for the CET is quite a bit more involved than just a rollover. In order to be certified as a CET, you must pass the Associate CET exam (that makes you and CETa) then you pass a Journeyman level exam (there are over 20) to be a full CET. there is also a certification for a Student Electronics Technician (SET).

    The Associate exam goes all the way down to component level, electronics theory, ohm's law, operational amps, biasing transistors, etc.

    From the ETA homepage, you can access all the certification competencies. They also have a complete listing of everyone who has achieved certification and which cert. (online listing only goes back to 2003) ETA is also the testing organization for the FCC Broadcast license. I'm tellin' ya, the ETA has got it goin' on. Come join us. They also have a member discussion forum.
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    maybe it waives your associate exam?
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    I pulled the trigger on getting the CNST. Just waiting for the confirmation information.

    By the way, I think they should give TechExam.Net members an additional discount.
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    Well, I guess I'll jump on board....I hate using my credit card....but it may be worth it......we'll see....it can't hurt......
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    is the rollover only entitled for U.S citizens or internationally?
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    Quote Originally Posted by nama
    is the rollover only entitled for U.S citizens or internationally?
    Internationally!
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    Quote Originally Posted by supertechCETma
    Internationally!
    2 questions as follows:
    1. can I email them my comptia career ID upon purchase?
    2. if so, whats the email address?
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    Hi Nama,

    I logged on to CompTIA's website and got them to publish my certificates to studyexam4less.

    Once you pay for them on their website studyexam4less website that is the will send you an email giving you the options as to how to send them your validation of required certificate's.

    Hope this helps

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    Quote Originally Posted by nama
    Quote Originally Posted by supertechCETma
    Internationally!
    2 questions as follows:
    1. can I email them my comptia career ID upon purchase?
    2. if so, whats the email address?
    Check it out.

    http://www.studyexam4less.com/rollover.asp
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    I like the sound of this but i`m way over here in the UK can i still apply for the cert??
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    Please read the entire thread before asking questions, in particular, see the previous couple of posts above yours...
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    Quote Originally Posted by eamo20
    Hi Nama,

    I logged on to CompTIA's website and got them to publish my certificates to studyexam4less.

    Once you pay for them on their website studyexam4less website that is the will send you an email giving you the options as to how to send them your validation of required certificate's.

    Hope this helps

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    oh, i see. I hope the certificate doesn't look as dull as comptia's.
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    I did it, if not for the Cert the practice exams are cool.
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    well, i'm gonna go for both of em. hope it's worth the cost.
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    Default What is ugly anyway?

    "oh, i see. I hope the certificate doesn't look as dull as comptia's."

    They will NOT look like CompTIA certs. And the new Pin <YES you get a lapel pin> will be much nicer than the old ETA pins. I'm very pleased with what my graphics team has come up with.

    the down side is you will have to wait about 4 weeks as all the supplies ordered are all custom made.

    In the meantime, may I suggest you take advantage of the +/- 2,000 practice tests you can download?

    Further after you install the Quiz engine, really look it over. I have discovered over years that many people do not take advantage of the customizable nature of the engine. I guess we we're just too clever when we hid the customizing features under the term "Options" in the menu bar.

    Next time we're be sure to deliver that in 48 point type and a high voltage eletcric shock via the keyboard when installing

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