New exam

June 18, 1999

The British Computer Society has completely revised its examination to reflect up-to-date theory and current working practice. Three stages - certificate, diploma and advanced diploma, plus a professional project - allow candidates to progress at their own pace. Academic qualifications can substitute for some modules or whole levels. For those without one, the BCS says its exam is the ideal degree-equivalent.

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