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Ravindra
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      10-24-2008
My Friend have given 70-210,70-215,70-216,70-217,70-220,70-221
and i am suggesting him to give 70-284 to be MCSE on 2003.

Is it the Correct path. kindly Suggest.
 
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Lawrence Garvin \(MVP\)
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      10-24-2008
"Ravindra" <Ravindra @discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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> My Friend have given 70-210,70-215,70-216,70-217,70-220,70-221
> and i am suggesting him to give 70-284 to be MCSE on 2003.
>
> Is it the Correct path. kindly Suggest.


Not even! For starters, those exams listed above are all Windows 2000 exams,
and the Windows 2000 exams, along with the Win2000-to-Win2003 upgrade exams
were all retired last February, IIRC.

For your friend to be an MCSE on Windows Server 2003, he's going to have to
start from scratch.
http://www.microsoft.com/learning/mcp/mcse/default.mspx

The good news.. his 70-210 can be used to meet the Client OS requirement for
MSCE2003.

Otherwise, he's going to need the four core exams (290,291,292,293) and a
design exam (297 or 29.

But here's an ironic twist... your friend is only one exam away from the
MCSE2000!
Core/networking exams (215,216,217)
Core/client exam (210)
Core/design exams (needs one, has two -- 220/221)
which means that the other of 220/221 can be used as an elective
and he needs only one more elective to complete the MCSE2000
(which, he might already have ???!!!)

and the MCSE2000 can also be used an elective for the MCSE2003.

If he doesn't have the second elective for the MCSE2000, the MCSE2003 design
exams (297/29 can ALSO be used as an MCSE2000 elective, in addition to the
MCSE2003 core requirements.

So, by taking one of the MCSE2003 design exams (297/29, he then gets
credit for the missing MCSE2000 elective, which then gets him the elective
credit for the MCSE2003. That's a two-for-one deal on the MCSE2003, and if
he's serious about the MCSE2003 - that would be a bad deal to pass up.

Ergo, what he needs are the five Win2003 exams (290,291,293,294, and one of
297/29
and he'll pick up both the MCSE2000 AND the MCSE2003.


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      10-24-2008
=?Utf-8?B?UmF2aW5kcmE=?= <Ravindra @discussions.microsoft.com> prattled
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> My Friend have given 70-210,70-215,70-216,70-217,70-220,70-221
> and i am suggesting him to give 70-284 to be MCSE on 2003.
>
> Is it the Correct path. kindly Suggest.
>


No

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