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In this special Excel podcast episode I interview 11 Microsoft Excel experts and MVPs from around the world to get their insights as to the best way to prepare for an Excel Assessment Test for a job interview.

They also share the must know Excel features that you need to learn before going into this job interview.

If you can take at least 3 points from this podcast show and apply them to your next job interview, you will have a competitive advantage over your peers.

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Here are the Excel Experts in Order of Appearance:

  1. Chris Newman TheSpreadSheetGuru.com
  2. Ken Puls from ExcelGuru.ca
  3. Bill Jelen MrExcel.com
  4. Zack Barresse from ExcelTables.com
  5. Oz du Soleil from OzDuSoleil.com
  6. Jeff Lenning from Excel-University.com
  7. Jon Acampora from ExcelCampus.com
  8. Danielle Stein Fairhurst from PlumSolutions.com
  9. Jordan Goldmeier from Excel.tv
  10. Mynda Treacy from MyOnlineTrainingHub.com
  11. Rob Collie from PowerPivotPro.com

 

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