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Re: Mcse Cert.

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Chris -

If you are an MCSE, I hope I never work with you, if you can't figure out
what tests satisfy each cert.

Exactly what Lady replied, in your 7 exams you passed, did you take 218 that
is an elective for MCSE but req'd for the MCSA? simply because you have an
MCSE, doesn't mean that you fulfilled the reqm'ts for the MCSA.

you have to be a *paper* mcse...

- peace.

"Chris" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
news:016201c33e8a$daa65a50$(E-Mail Removed)...
OK Rod, are you an MCSE? Maybe you should re-read the
question! I will make it easy for you this time. I passed
all 7 exams. Will I receive bot the MCSE and the MCSA
Welcome Kit. Hope that helps!

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