Q. What is the PW0-300 exam?
A. In the CWNP program, Certified Wireless Network Expert (CWNE) is the final step. The CWNE certification covers the current objectives related to the fundamentals of advanced WLAN troubleshooting, Quality of Service (QoS), and spectrum management, features and functions of the IEEE 802.11 standard as amended, skills needed to design, install, configure, secure, and troubleshoot an advanced 802.11 WLAN enterprise installation. A candidate should have a solid understanding of WLAN administration and security.

Q. What are the prerequisites for the PW0-300 exam?
A. The candidate must qualify the CWTS, CWNA, and CWSP exams.

Q. What are the benefits of becoming a CWNE?
A. The benefits of becoming CWNE certified are as follows:

  • CWNEs earn an average of $96,000(U.S), which is according to CertMag’s 2007 Salary Survey.
  • This certification provides the most advanced skills in wireless LAN market.
  • It shows that you are capable of implementing wireless networks for your organization.

Q. What credit does the PW0-300 exam provide?
A. This certification provides the most advanced skills available in wireless LAN market.

Q. What certificate does it provide?
A. Certified Wireless Network Expert (CWNE certification)

Q. How many questions are asked in the test?
A. Candidates will be required to attempt approximately 70 multiple choice questions.

Q. What is the duration of the test?
A. Users are required to attempt all questions in 180 minutes.

Q. Which type of test is it? (Adaptive/Linear)
A. Linear

Q. What is the passing score?
A. 750 out of 1000

Q. What is the test retake policy?
A. There is no such retake policy.

Q. What skills are measured in the PW0-300 exam?
A. The CWNE certification covers the current objectives related to the fundamentals of advanced WLAN troubleshooting, Quality of Service (QoS), and spectrum management, features and functions of the IEEE 802.11 standard as amended, skills needed to design, install, configure, secure, and troubleshoot an advanced 802.11 WLAN enterprise installation. A candidate should have a solid understanding of WLAN administration and security.

Q. How can I prepare for the PW0-300 exam?
A. The CWNE PW0-300 PrepKit provides you with a detailed study of the Wireless Network Expert course and contains multiple choice questions covering all prospectives of the PW0-300 exam. This software also includes technical articles and interactive study notes with detailed analysis of each question, which ensures fundamental concept and great depth understanding over the subject matter. Our PrepKit provides you an original exam simulation with the help of which you can track your progress and identify the weak area to concentrate on. Our PrepKit is the best way to get CWNE certified.

Q. What can I expect from CWNP if I pass the PW0-300 exam?
A. When you pass the PW0-300 exam, CWNP will award you a certificate of CWNE.

Q. What is the MOS: Excel 2003 exam?
A. Microsoft Office Excel 2003 certification is intended for students and information workers whose responsibilities include the use of Microsoft Excel to create, modify, and manage common business workbooks and worksheets in organizations of every size. This is a performance-based exam. That means, it will require you to perform a series of tasks using Microsoft Office Excel 2003.

Q. What are the prerequisites for the MOS: Excel 2003 exam?
A. None

Q. What are the benefits to becoming an MOS?
A. Earning a Microsoft Office Specialist certification helps you differentiate yourself in competitive job market. It broadens your employment opportunities by displaying your advanced skills, and result in higher earning potential. Research indicates that certified individuals have increased competence, productivity, and credibility with their employers, co-workers, and clients.

Q. What credit does the MOS: Excel 2003 exam provide?
A. Microsoft Office Specialist: Excel 2003

Q. What certificate does it provide?
A. Microsoft Office Specialist: Excel 2003

Q. How many questions are asked in the test?
A. This exam has 15-20 questions involving 30-45 tasks.

Q. What is the duration of the test?
A. 50 minutes

Q. Which type of the test is it? (Adaptive/Linear)
A. Performance-based

Q. What is the passing score?
A. Multiple versions of this certification exam are produced to maintain exam security. The passing score for this exam, accordingly, depends upon the form that is administered.

Approximately 550 is the passing score.

Q. What is the test retake policy?
A. Candidates may retake the same exam one time without restriction. However, candidates who wish to retake the exam a second or subsequent time must wait a minimum of seven days before retaking the exam. Candidates participating in exam beta-testing may take each beta exam only once.

Q. Is the MOS: Excel 2003 exam right for me?
A. Microsoft Office Excel 2003 certification is intended for students and information workers whose responsibilities include the use of Microsoft Excel to create, modify, and manage common business workbooks and worksheets in organizations of every size.

Q. What to expect in the MOS: Excel 2003 exam?
A. This Microsoft Office Specialist exam is performance-based, requiring you to perform a series of tasks using Microsoft Office Excel 2003.

Many of the questions in this Microsoft Office Specialist exam require you to complete a series of tasks to create or modify a typical business document. For example, you might be instructed as follows:

Modify the Store Inventory worksheet by completing the following tasks:

  • Enter a formula in cell F26 to average the values in cell range F3:F25 to calculate average purchase price.
  • Use AutoFilter to display the records for items with a retail price greater than or equal to 100.00.

This exam uses the actual Microsoft Excel 2003 program. All menu items, keyboard shortcuts and right-click options will be available to complete the tasks. The help menu, including use of the Office Assistant, is not available in any of the exams.

One to three points are possible per question, depending on the number of specified tasks. At the conclusion of an exam your final score is derived by converting the task score to a 1000-point scale.

While some questions involve more tasks than others, each question is scored on a total-score basis (i.e., number correct) rather than on a pass/fail basis. For example, a 20-question exam may have 34 possible points; one point for each task.

Q. What are the code languages available for the MOS: Excel 2003 exam?
A. English

Q. What are the skills being measured for the MOS: Excel 2003 exam?
A. This exam measures your ability to accomplish the following technical tasks:

Creating Data and Content
Analyzing Data
Formatting Data and Content
Collaborating
Managing Workbooks

Q. Where to take the test?
A. Certiport (http://www.certiport.com/Portal/Pages/LocatorView.aspx)