Here are a few comments from some of Ray's Past Students:
March 9, 2000
Hi Mr. Merry,
Thank you very much for believing in me that I
could have done it. It took a lot of interest which
came from you and the confidence you made me feel. As
you should know, I am doing another computer class and
it has not been challenging yet so whenever it does
you better be prepare that I WILL BE FINDING YOU FOR
Well I have to go now so have a nice weekend.
Your past Student
March 11, 2003
Your former student Darius
by the way I am working on Cisco Certifications, I'm a+ and network plus
thanks for the good knowledge Ray
February 20, 2003
I hope you are doing well and still in Rio. While your sage advice and council are sorely missed here in FL, all the best to you and your new life.
I got a "gummit job." A local municpality hired me as a Network Specialist. They did so even though I have yet to earn my first industry certification. It must be my education, (smile).
I just wanted to wish you well, let you know how I'm doing, and say thanks for the education that made me a standout in a group of interns... some with A+ certifications.
Jog your memory?
I'm the writer who attended your computer repair courses at MDCC. I also aided the visually impaired student during the A+ Certification test prep course.
Once again, thanks,
October 5, 2003
Dear Professor Merry;
Well, I finally did it! I finally took the CompTia A+ certification
examination. I needed a 596 on the Core (hardware) exam and got a 792. I
needed a 469 on the OS exam (they changed this from adaptive 20 to 40
questions, to linear, 80 questions), and got 632.
Don't ask me why it took so long to schedule and take these exams but, I
finally did and once again I owe my stellar performance to your teachings.
I hope all is well in your new habitat.
Ciao for now,
Melanie Alexander, October, 2005: "You made the worst class I've ever
had interesting, which I thought was impossible!"
Merlanda Estimable, October, 2005: "I now know physics is not only for
rocket scientists. Physics is involved in every second that we live and
every breath that we breathe."