Pretty easy, overall.
Mrs. Larson (who is no longer a teacher at CHS) wasn't the best IT teacher because she didn't really teach the class, she only read PowerPoints and instructions she received from the various tools used in the classroom. The class isn't hard to pass if you know how to teach yourself how to do things though. Plus she wasn't a very attentive teacher so you could listen to music and such without much difficulty.
You get 3 certifications if you pass the exams: Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel. This can land you a higher paying job than if you were just a cashier at the nearest food joint. I learned how to effectively navigate the internet to find what I needed to know. Also since I left the class with all three certifications, I learned how to effectively use each application if I was put in a professional environment.
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Advice for students:
You have to be able to pay attention to detail and make sure you understand at least the basics of what is going on. If you got a different teacher from Mrs. Larson, then you could probably ask them questions about what to do, but mostly you should learn how to find the information for yourself quickly and effectively because that is a skill that is also necessary if you are to transfer this knowledge into your future workplace.