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      09-10-2007
I have passed 70-210, 70-215 and 70-216 in 2002. Now I want to achieve mcse
2003. Should I start from beginning again, or I can have some credits from
those old exams I have passed?
 
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      09-10-2007
"asun" wrote:

> I have passed 70-210, 70-215 and 70-216 in 2002. Now I want to achieve mcse
> 2003. Should I start from beginning again, or I can have some credits from
> those old exams I have passed?


MCSE on the Windows Server 2003 track are required:

Core exams (six exams required)
• Four networking system exams
• One client operating system exam
• One design exam
Elective exams (one exam required)


You can use 70-210 as Core exams: client operating system
-70-215 nop
-70-216 nop

for more info please visit:
http://www.microsoft.com/learning/mc...3/default.mspx

or:
http://certguard.com/forums/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=53



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      09-10-2007
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>I have passed 70-210, 70-215 and 70-216 in 2002. Now I want to achieve mcse
> 2003. Should I start from beginning again, or I can have some credits from
> those old exams I have passed?


Take 70-218 to get MCSA2k
After that, it's possibly to take a shortcut if passing 70-292 (replaces
290+291) to get MCSA2k3
MCSA2k is valid as elective for MCSE2k3
After upgrade to MCSA2k3 you will nead exams 293+294 for core requirements
and a design exam (297 or 29

That way you can make it in 5 exams instead of 6 exams.


 
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