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Mobile County Public Schools: Mary G. Montgomery students now certified specialists in Microsoft Office
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Thursday, April 24, 2014

Mary G. Montgomery students now certified specialists in Microsoft Office

Posted by Marcie McNeal in Schools  |  Comments (1)

Mary Kimmons, Katlynn Brady, Sarah Mitchell, Gabe McGraw, Amber Turner, and Hunter Porter

The Mobile County Career Technical Education program is providing a career advanced opportunity to its students to become certified as a Microsoft Office Specialist 2013.

Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) 2013 is the world's most recognized information worker certification program. The new MOS 2013 exam includes  performance-based certification testing. The new exams improve upon previous live-in-the-application testing environment by enabling even more real-world functionality and project and standards-based outcome testing. In the MOS 2007 and 2010 exams, individuals are presented with a series of situations where they are asked to perform certain tasks in the application. These randomly-sequenced, performance-based scenarios stand independent from each other.

With the new MOS 2013 exams, testing candidates are presented with a project that they must complete. Rather than being a series of required tasks, individuals now must complete a project that delivers a better indicator of real world Office 2013 use. As such, individuals are measured on their performance at a deeper skill level.

Congratulations to these six Mary G. Montgomery student leaders.  Hopefully their achievememt will inspire many more MOS certifications earned by high school students.


Comments on "Mary G. Montgomery students now certified specialists in Microsoft Office"

4/25/2014 2:15:16 PM CST

1. Kim P. Howell said...

Fantastic!  What an outstanding achievement!  Congratulations to all of them!

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