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Should I quit sixth form and to Microsoft certifications?

I am currently studying Business and Applied ICT at sixth form, I an finding it boring and I am just fed up with it. Would it be worth quitting sixth form which is a lot of work to do some Microsoft certifications such as the 'Microsoft Certified Desktop Support Technician' certification. Then once I have passed that exam I could build up more Microsoft certifications. Thanks for your advice. Ps, how hard is it to pass the 'Microsoft Certified Desktop Support Technician' certification?

Asked By: LOL - 10/19/2009
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No. A job that you get with a certification can most likely be very easily outsourced to another country and leave you stuck without a job... More
Answered By: annorax64 - 10/19/2009
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I would say if you possibly can stick with sixth form so you have some backup qualifications to fall back on if you need to. That's what I'd do in your situation!
Answered By: blah - 10/19/2009
 
I'd stay at school, you'd be surprised how many business and government agencies use Unix based systems. limiting you're self to one companies product qualifications might back fire. I had much the same choice with Apple and Uni ..
Answered By: ♠sweet fish♠ - 10/19/2009
 
Finish school, you'll regret it later in life if you don't. and the Microsoft certifications are very easy. All you have to do is read the books and then take a few practice exams.
Answered By: daceshadow - 10/19/2009
 
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Answered By: twinkle - 10/19/2009
 
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