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Detection    2,256

Wondering what level of Education people on Neowin have, a lot seem to be fairly well educated with a wide vocabulary that you don't build from public schools

Personally I only have GCSEs from public school, but lately retook my Maths and English exams for a job (Passed) , along with my Food Hygiene certificate which I passed too

What about everyone else ?

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tsupersonic    1,356

College (bachelors degree). Looking to start on MS/MBA in the coming years

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Lord Method Man    1,613

B.S. in Computer Engineering

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metallithrax    491

I have O Levels & CSE's - Maths, French, English, History, Computer Studies, and also a BTEC certificate in Business Studies. Have also taken courses in Accounts (O Level - never did exam), German (basic conversational) - can't remember much of it, Electronics - can't remember much of this either.

The Computer Studies I took is a lot different than what is taught nowadays in school, it was about the history of computers/computing and also programming in BASIC.

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Growled    3,880

I'm still learning. :p

Have a Bachelor Degree in Computer something or other. To be honest most of my college days was spent in a fog.

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djdanster    594

Only have my GCSE's and BTEC level 3 for computer engineering. I'm hoping to go to uni next year but I need more UCAS points!!! :(

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pack34    224

Bachelors degrees in electrical and computer engineering, working on a master's degree while working as a hardware design engineer.

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Descartes    119

Working on an engineer's degree in computer science, afterwards I'd like to explore a graphic design oriented field.

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Pong    33

I'm a Ph.D student, but my highest awarded level of education thus far is BSc. Hons in Computer Science.

With a bit of luck, I'll never stop furthering my education. If you're not learning something new then life just becomes boring.

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Ambroos    803

Studying Applied IT / Business Solutions @ Leuven University College! Just started my second year, completely passed the first year with great grades (even a few 20/20's).

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+jamesyfx    352

I have a wide vocabulary because I wanted to better myself, and I still do. Most of my education has been self-taught, or by doing some adult learning/night school etc.

Technically I'm a college drop-out, although my qualifications are pretty good as I've improved myself as I've gotten older (and wiser).

I recently qualified as an advanced web designer, and right now I'm re-doing Maths GCSE. After that I think I'll try my hand at learning a programming language. Or maybe scripting. Or both. :rofl: I think eventually I want to earn a degree, but I'll have to see how far things go.

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SMELTN    142

I graduated from BYU....in Alabama.. which is Back Yard University. I have High School education nothing else. Self taught on everything else.

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Muhammad Farrukh    1,079

Module C student of C.A. under ICAP

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jamieakers    192

BSc (Hons) in Computer Science. Various Microsoft qualifications.

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Arceles    403

BA in Electronics.

M. Sc. in Mechatronics (Fachhochschule Aachen, Germany)

Currently studying PhD in control engineering at Sheffield University (UK).

(this should be a pool)

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Anibal P    2,015

Only have an Associates in CompSci

Mostly I've thrived for self betterment, avid reader since I was young, been learning about computers since the IBM PC days, been known to spend half a day trolling Wikipedia whenever a topic hits me as interesting

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bdsams    364

BS in Accounting, MBA w/ focus on international business.

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Haggis    983

Higher National Diploma in Computer Support and Networking

also 14 highers in different areas of Maths lol

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DaveLegg    841

BA in Computer Science

(BA rather than BSc because Oxford call everything a BA, and don't have BSc's)

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Hum    6,930

I graduated high school, and have lots of B.S. :shifty:

Self-educated in Computers.

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Astra.Xtreme    2,135

BS in Electrical Engineering from a private engineering school. Minor in physics.

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Axel    95

2:1 BA Honours Degree in Air Transport with a frozen ATPL (Commercial Pilots License). Awaiting recruitment!!!

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medium_pimpin    201

BA's in Finance and Economics

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Nothing Here    450

I have my GED(General Education Diploma). Quit school to join the Marines. Am now taking an MCTS course through Microsoft.

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*RedBull*    608

MBA, presently studying for IT Certs.

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