Date: Mon, 5 Feb 2007 15:11:16 -0500
Reply-To: Kevin Roland Viel <kviel@EMORY.EDU>
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From: Kevin Roland Viel <kviel@EMORY.EDU>
Subject: Re: Sas Certification
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> Subject: Sas Certification
> > Hi all
> > I want to get certified in Base Sas Certification 9.0
> > I searched online for the material and I have seen that the prep book
> > costs
> > about 125.00 US Dollars.
> > Please guide me the steps to follow .. who offers the exam, and is this
> > book
> > the only way to prepare or is there any thing else, can we also use the
> > used
> > books(does the CD which comes with ths book reusable if I buy a used book)
> > But in my search I have also seen that there is a website that offers
> > material onlie for 29.00 dollars only
> > here I am posting the URL of that site.
Here is your first lesson, for free: search the SAS-L archives.
In particular, this is a pertinent post concerning you question that
occur within the past 2 months.
If SI offers something for $125, you might not find much of use for
less. Possible, but buyer beware.
I am *not* certified. I think I would study the documentation and plead
with this list for people to farm out (for the cost of their criticism)
jobs that they think are instructive, but you can find many examples in
the docs. Also, with the disclaimer that I am not a legal expert, you
(and not your representative) may photocopy one chapter or one article for
academic or research use under US law. That, of course, helps the
Department of Epidemiology
Rollins School of Public Health
Atlanta, GA 30322