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I completed my B.E(computers).I applied for my Masters degree in computer science in usa.I received the I-20 for august.Since i am very keen in networking,i joined CCNA and planning to give the exam next month.I also want to complete both CCNA,RHCE.Some suggest me to leave certifications and go for my masters degree.I am confused.I want to complete those certifications first(here in my country since it's too expensive in the USA).I want ur suggestions that will help me in my career.Am i doing wrong?or should i go directly for my masters degree?Will these certifications help me later in my my Masters Degree??? Plz reply me soon coz i have 2 take the decision very fast withinh 2-3 days.Help me!!!!

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This may, at first glance, seem to be an unhelpful response to your question but on reflection it may prove to be of value to you.

Firstly, what do YOU want?

Do you have any plan for where you will be and/or what you may be doing in 1, 5 and 10 years?

Have a look at some business planning ideas and apply them to yourself. Specifically you may try SWOT analysis on yourself and then move to an outline of a business plan (for your life).

When you have done some of the above you will be in a position to either answer the above question(s) yourself, or to phrase the question more specifically.

Best wishes,

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  • Bikecommutr
    Frankly, I hire experience over certifications. It doesn't matter if you're a CCIE. If you've never seen a real enterprise network, you're useless to me. Experience is valued over certifications, especially at the lower level certifications. Give me a CCIE with 10 years of global networking experience, and I'll pay top dollar for that person. Experience matters.
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  • Sixball
    Along those same lines, you have a masters? GREAT! can you configure a router? NO? buh-bye. A good combination of Education/Certs shows you can learn, have a good grasp of the concepts and can actually DO what is needed: CCIE + Associates beats a Masters degree w/o and Certs...
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  • HMSSL2K
    You need hands on experience, it wins every time. If you have a degree it means you are book smart, that's it.
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