Originally posted by LadyMahler:
Congrats and thanks for this fantastic post. My husband and I are about to start on the quest to become certified and both our backgrounds are almost exactly the same as yours... will post once we've completed it on our successes. It sure is nice to have a nice day-by-day guide to just start off on.
Originally posted by Rahul Toaikani:
Congratulations and Thanks Cook!!!
That is great piece of information, will definitely be useful a lot for newbies like me.I see great posts from you here in the forum.
I looked in the Oxford English Dictionary, which has 23 categories of meaning for the verb "clear" in 7 groups. It does mention "to clear an examination paper (mod. colloq.)" but I have never heard this usage from anybody who learned English in North America.
Originally posted by Shapra Benglur:
"Cleared" appears normal even in US English. But hey, I speak native JavaRanch-English, too. So, I could be wrong.
Originally posted by AJAY SINGH RATHORE:
Congratulations for a very good score.
Could you please provide me the details of the Paul Allen's book you have mentioned here. What is the title of the book and other details.
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