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I totally agree with you.
In fact, all of my knowledge about computer are learned by myself. Even I can solve some puzzles by myself. I know lacking systemic knowledge about computer is my biggest weakness. My aim to post this quiz on this forum is to show the different between professional & amateur.
Another interesting point is, in all of my resumes posted in last summer. I just mentioned that I have some experience about real-time system and ASSEMBLY. But all of those agencies who interviewed me were care of this experience. I believe those agencies lack enough knowledge to identify critical skills needed by their customers.
Thanks again for HH's answers and suggestions.
BTW, HH asked how I can get the interview opportunities. Except posting my resume on some job-hunting websites, I do not do anything. Because I know I am not as good as those IT elites, I gave up my dream to be an IT tek. Just after I was rejected by that company, I deleted all of my resumes from Internet, and began to prepare GMAT. Fortunately, I got opportunity to study in Richard Ivey.
The biggest mistake of mine is that I've spent too many times on different fields. Apperantly, I am very versatile, but I am not expert of any field. This experience gives me bitter feeling. And I know, since present, I should focus all of my energy on one aim.＜本文发表于: 相约加拿大:枫下论坛 www.rolia.net/f ＞