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Microsoft Certification and ACS

Old Sep 18th 2002, 4:32 pm
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I've sent my documents to ACS for skills assessment under the 2231-17 ASCO code.

I haven't asked for MODL, and in my resume I have included my Microsoft Certifications (MCSD).
Then, ACS requested for a testamur of the MCSD and a "transcript including all the mark sheets and subjects/units studied".

There is no way to send a report with units studied as MS certifications are received through an exam.
It is like asking for a report of all units studied and marks for each one in IELTS. Its just a test, there is no subject report.
I sent them my testamur, transcript(includes only the exams passed) and the Exam Guide of each one of the exams I passed, which contain the skills being measured. But they didn´t accept. What am I supposed to send them???

Does anyone had this same problem? I think microsoft certification are quite common. How is the usual method of proving them???
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Old Sep 19th 2002, 2:07 am
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I would have thought the Microsoft paperwork would be sufficient. I just
sent mine with the certification papers tht you can get from MS website,
(notarized of course) and a transcript from the school that provided the
course before the MS exams. I hope there is no problem..




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    > I've sent my documents to ACS for skills assessment under the 2231-17
    > ASCO code.
    > I haven't asked for MODL, and in my resume I have included my Microsoft
    > Certifications (MCSD).
    > Then, ACS requested for a testamur of the MCSD and a "transcript
    > including all the mark sheets and subjects/units studied".
    > There is no way to send a report with units studied as MS certifications
    > are received through an exam.
    > It is like asking for a report of all units studied and marks for each
    > one in IELTS. Its just a test, there is no subject report.
    > I sent them my testamur, transcript(includes only the exams passed) and
    > the Exam Guide of each one of the exams I passed, which contain the
    > skills being measured. But they didn´t accept. What am I supposed to
    > send them???
    > Does anyone had this same problem? I think microsoft certification are
    > quite common. How is the usual method of proving them???
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Old Sep 19th 2002, 11:05 am
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George Lombard
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Hi Beto,

Best to email the ACS officer who requested this information for
clarification, but we have not had any problem of the kind you describe.
The request for a transcript is usual with degree studies and I think you
have just received the wrong standard paragraph. They probably were
requesting certification details.

Cheers

George Lombard
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    > I've sent my documents to ACS for skills assessment under the 2231-17
    > ASCO code.
    > I haven't asked for MODL, and in my resume I have included my Microsoft
    > Certifications (MCSD).
    > Then, ACS requested for a testamur of the MCSD and a "transcript
    > including all the mark sheets and subjects/units studied".
    > There is no way to send a report with units studied as MS certifications
    > are received through an exam.
    > It is like asking for a report of all units studied and marks for each
    > one in IELTS. Its just a test, there is no subject report.
    > I sent them my testamur, transcript(includes only the exams passed) and
    > the Exam Guide of each one of the exams I passed, which contain the
    > skills being measured. But they didn´t accept. What am I supposed to
    > send them???
    > Does anyone had this same problem? I think microsoft certification are
    > quite common. How is the usual method of proving them???
    > --
    > Posted via http://britishexpats.com
 

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