Over the Edge Humor Column: Windows 2000 Certification for Executives: Page 4

Posted December 23, 2000
By

Chris Miksanek


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Questions 6 through 8:
Read the following passage then complete the questions relating to it.

Rod, your senior support technician, implores you to budget for additional support staff in your justification model, citing the additional maintenance overhead (SP1, for instance) as well as the other predictable support spikes his department sees with every IT change.

Question 6:
You...
(A) Tell Rod the impact is only temporary, citing as evidence slide #14 of the aforementioned PowerPoint presentation.
(B) Select (A), then decide to skip the last two questions in this section of the exam because you're getting hungry.

Question 7:

Question 8:

Answer Key and Test Strategy:
This section of the exam carries the most weight toward your overall score, although it, like section one, is very subjective. The correctness of your answers is less important than how your own efforts play out (i.e., were you given the green light to go ahead with your own Win2K migration?) Because there is no way to foretell, the certification organization understands how difficult it is to grade this section. So it is graded by exchanging your exam with the CIO next to you, who is likely to be just as interested in achieving a stellar score as you are.

STOP.
TURN IN ALL TEST MATERIALS TO YOUR PROCTOR.
YOU WILL RECEIVE YOUR CERTIFICATION AS SOON AS YOUR CHECK CLEARS.
ENJOY YOUR AFTERNOON.


Chris Miksanek is the editor of MISinformation and may be reached at ChrisMik@aol.com.


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