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Martin Schmid
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      07-09-2003
I've passed 70-215, 70-216, 70-217, 70-221, 70-228.

I plan on taking 70-229 next, and 70-270 last... I just figgered I'd go in
numeric order I guess.

My question is this: Will this make me an MCSE or an MCDBA?

If I'm an MCSE, can I take 70-315 to become a MCDBA + MCSE, or do I have to
assume I'm an MCDBA, and take 2 more exams to obtain MCSE cert, even though
I may already be one?

I'm confused - hopefully the 70-270 exam is easier than the question I am
posing here.

MS








 
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Zenner
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      07-09-2003
You figured it out correctly.

"Martin Schmid" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> I've passed 70-215, 70-216, 70-217, 70-221, 70-228.
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> I plan on taking 70-229 next, and 70-270 last... I just figgered I'd go in
> numeric order I guess.
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> My question is this: Will this make me an MCSE or an MCDBA?
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> If I'm an MCSE, can I take 70-315 to become a MCDBA + MCSE, or do I have

to
> assume I'm an MCDBA, and take 2 more exams to obtain MCSE cert, even

though
> I may already be one?
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> I'm confused - hopefully the 70-270 exam is easier than the question I am
> posing here.
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> MS
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Martin Schmid
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      07-10-2003
Which way is correct? MCSE + MCDBA = 8 - OR - 9 Exams? It can be done
either way?

Thanks,
MS

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> "Martin Schmid" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> > I've passed 70-215, 70-216, 70-217, 70-221, 70-228.
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> > I plan on taking 70-229 next, and 70-270 last... I just figgered I'd go

in
> > numeric order I guess.
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> > My question is this: Will this make me an MCSE or an MCDBA?
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> > If I'm an MCSE, can I take 70-315 to become a MCDBA + MCSE, or do I have

> to
> > assume I'm an MCDBA, and take 2 more exams to obtain MCSE cert, even

> though
> > I may already be one?
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> > I'm confused - hopefully the 70-270 exam is easier than the question I

am
> > posing here.
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> > MS
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