|Mar 19, 2010, 10:22 PM||#1|
What exactly IS in the AppleCare Technician Training???
A more appropriate question might be: "What do I get for $300 and where can I find it cheaper!?"
From where I stand, it costs $600 to become an ACMT because you need all these:
AppleCare Technician Training —$299.
Apple Macintosh Service Exam — $150
Mac OS X v10.6 Troubleshooting Exam — $150
But if you knew the correct answers to the exams, you wouldn't need the AppleCare training and it would only cost you $300. So now the question has evolved to something like "Where do you get the information to pass the exams without paying Apple $300?"
WTF is this?
|Mar 20, 2010, 05:46 AM||#3|
I'm guessing the training will instruct you on stuff that isn't found in a test. Of all the technical training I've taken, only a subset was ever on an exam (sometimes a large subset but a subset nonetheless)
|Apr 10, 2010, 12:19 PM||#4|
Are the questions mostly multiple choice?
WTF is this?
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