MOS Certification: Free PowerPoint Beta Exam Voucher

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Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) is an industry standard certificate program for the candidate wanting to showcase their skills in using Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Access. A person with MOS certificate means that the person can use the program with a higher efficiency and has a better understanding of how the application works. There are multiple programs to choose from: PowerPoint, Word, Excel, Outlook and Access. All of these programs are frequently used in business and schools.

Anyone, over the age of 13, can receive Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification, in fact, many organization encourages it. High school and college students are more than welcome to take the challenge of passing the exam to get their MOS certificate.

Colleges and employers look at the skills and certifications held by individuals. Students need to differentiate themselves to stand out of the crowd. MOS Certification can make a difference when a hiring manager needs to decide between two different applicants with similar skills.  According to Microsoft, an entry level employee who hold an MOS certification can earn $16,000 per year more than an uncertified individual with a similar background.

Students preparing and taking a certification exam for MOS, learn to enhance critical skills in programs that most will use in their career. MOS Certification also helps fill the gaps left behind by many students who lack the knowledge in using these applications proficiently. It prevents them from falling behind just because they don’t know how to use a certain function in a program.

For a limited time, students and anyone interested in becoming MOS Certified, have a chance to get certified in the latest PowerPoint software for FREE, a saving of $100. NR Computer Learning Center (NRCLC) is currently giving out free vouchers to take the Microsoft Office Specialist beta exam from May 2nd to the 30th for PowerPoint 2016. This test specifically takes 120 minutes to complete, which is slightly longer than normal due to it being a beta test and not available in most places, but this will allow people to get certified before anyone else offers it. PowerPoint 2016 Beta Exam will cover a variety of topics such as merging presentations together, editing master slides, and applying slide transitions.

NR Computer Learning Center, located in Orange (California), can be contacted at (714) 505-3475. The offer is for a limited time while supplies last, prepare yourself for the future, and improve your presentation’s skills today!

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Powerpoint 2016 Beta Exam
Microsoft Office Specialist Certification
MOS Certification
MOS Benefits
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