Clarke Tests provide the most up-to-date information on CNE certification. They take into account all of the dramatic changes that have recently occurred in the CNE certification program. Those seeking to become CNE-3s or CNE-4s must demonstrate mastery of NetWare 4.1. The Clarke Test is the next-generation interactive learning system for current CNEs that requires them to pass NetWare 4.1 Administration or NetWare 3 to NetWare 4.1 Update tests to maintain their certification. It combines a colorful Windows-based interface with valuable text, 3-D graphics, sound clips, clues, and interactive answers. There are both study tests and final exams to assure your success. The full version includes over 70 tests and over 3,000 study sessions. The real stars of the show are the Interactive Answers. Each answer includes a full page of explanation and study material — plus page references to Novell-Authorized Courseware, NetWare Documentation, Novell’s CNE Study Guide, and NUI’s , “/public/cnevideo.htm”> “So You Wanna Be CNE!?!” video series.
To maximize your learning potential, the Clarke Tests use a multimedia, Windows-based interface. This interface is similar to Sylvan/Drake Training and Technologies’ CNE certification software. As a result, you can focus your study on the areas you are weakest, not just the test objectives, in order to prepare for the entire testing experience and the concepts behind the questions. The prescription you will receive upon completing each test will explain how to proceed.
To make studying fun and interesting, the Clarke Tests are packed with a variety of learning tools. The CNE study material is presented differently in each of the following session types. This makes you more likely to understand the testing objectives. These types of questions are used in Sylvan/Drake-authorized CNE tests.
Let’s take a look:
Hot Spots ——————– “real-life” graphical exhibits which test your hands-on knowledge.
Performance-based————-he Novell testing strategy to test your ability to solve NetWare problems.
Traditional Multiple Choice———– one or more correct answers per question.
Matching—————————- combine many NetWare topics in one interactive study session.
Fill-in ————————- require tough “open-ended” answers.
True/False —————easy… NOT… be careful with these.
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