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I want to ask that can we take exams randomly or separately? And how to use mos card which we received at the time of laptop receiving
and also want to ask that what of exams we should attemp I means how many mcqs, fill in the blanks or subjective or viva etc plz reply soon
Microsoft Office Specialist certification
A Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) is an individual who has demonstrated proficiency by passing a certification exam in one or more Office programs, including Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Access, OneNote, or SharePoint.
Selecting a certification path
When deciding which certifications you would like to pursue, you should assess the following:
The program and program version(s) with which you are familiar
The length of time you have used the program and how frequently you use it
Whether you have had formal or informal training in the use of that program
Whether you use most or all of the available program features
Whether you are considered a go-to resource by business associates, friends, and family members who have difficulty with the program
Taking a Microsoft Office Specialist exam
Candidates for MOS-level certification are expected to successfully complete a wide range of standard business tasks, such as formatting a document or worksheet and its content; creating and formatting visual content; or working with SharePoint lists, libraries, Web Parts, and dashboards. Successful candidates generally have six or more months of experience with the specific Office program, including either formal, instructor-led training or self-study using MOS-approved books, guides, or interactive computer-based materials.
Candidates for MOS Expert–level certification are expected to successfully complete more complex tasks that involve using the advanced functionality of the program.
Successful candidates generally have at least six months, and may have several years, of experience with the programs, including formal, instructor-led training or self-study using MOS-approved materials.
Every MOS certification exam is developed from a set of exam skill standards (referred to as the objective domain) that are derived from studies of how the Office programs are used in the workplace. Because these skill standards dictate the scope of each exam, they provide critical information about how to prepare for certification. The MOS certification exams are performance based and require you to complete business-related tasks or projects in the program for which you are seeking certification. For example, you might be presented with a file and told to do something specific with it, or presented with a sample document and told to create it by using resources provided for that purpose. Your score on the exam reflects how well you perform the requested tasks or complete the project within the allotted time.
Here is some helpful information about taking the exam:
Keep track of the time. Your exam time does not officially begin until after you finish reading the instructions provided at the beginning of the exam. During the exam, the amount of time remaining is shown at the bottom of the exam interface.
You can’t pause the exam after you start it.
Pace yourself. At the beginning of the exam, you will receive information about the questions or projects that are included in the exam. Some questions will require that you complete more than one task. Each project will require that you complete multiple tasks. During the exam, the amount of time remaining to complete the exam.
Taking a Microsoft Office Specialist exam
questions or project, and the number of completed and remaining questions if applicable, is shown at the bottom of the exam interface.
Read the exam instructions carefully before beginning. Follow all the instructions provided completely and accurately.
Enter requested information as it appears in the instructions, but without duplicating the formatting unless you are specifically instructed to do so. For example, the text and values you are asked to enter might appear in the instructions in bold and underlined text, but you should enter the information without applying these formats.
Close all dialog boxes before proceeding to the next exam question unless you are specifically instructed not to do so.
Don’t close task panes before proceeding to the next exam question unless you are specifically instructed to do so.
If you are asked to print a document, worksheet, chart, report, or slide, perform the task, but be aware that nothing will actually be printed.
When performing tasks to complete a project-based exam, save your work frequently.
Don’t worry about extra keystrokes or mouse clicks. Your work is scored based on its result, not on the method you use to achieve that result (unless a specific method is indicated in the instructions).
If a computer problem occurs during the exam (for example, if the exam does not respond or the mouse no longer functions) or if a power outage occurs, contact a testing center administrator immediately. The administrator will restart the computer and return the exam to the point where the interruption occurred, with your score intact.
Voucher is ticket to enter the exam. Exams are to be scheduled by your exam center, you will tell them in how many exams you want to appear. They will reply you with the schedule. There is no any viva, subjective or blanks. There will be some tasks to be performed on an opened file. It's just like you are working in Word and making your assignment.
i also need help about this topic
g kia help chaye ap ko
Paper 2007, ya 2013 mein sey aye ga pls guide me and second quiz hotey ya subjective part hota hai ya project hotey hain pls help me
ye MOS 2013 hy so office 2013 use krna hy. paper task based hoga, aik file opened hogi us mn ap ko kuch perform krna hoga.
kia perform krna hota hai + ! ! "Blu (◉‿◉)" + ??
i mean which type of performance is required in word 2013 ?? should we have to prepare any type of presentation or report ??
and is there any mcq's or not ??