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MographMark says

Adobe rocks my socks. But has anybody here went to a local test center to become a Adobe Certified Expert? Do you think it would be a wise decision if you’re looking to be hired by a MoGraph company?

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StencilMedia says

I got certified in CS5 last February, and I’m just waiting for my results on the CS6 beta test. I’ve not really NEEDED it, or had any clients mention it; but I’m sure it looks good on the old resume! I just fancied doing it and as a kind of ‘validation of my knowledge’ kind of approach.

If you’ve got the cash spare then it can’t hurt to give it a go. You get a special logo that you can add to business cards and stuff… yay!

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DarkLand says

I got certified in CS5 last February.

Could you please tell me. How to get Adobe Certification???

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