MCSE 2000 exams

Discussion in 'Microsoft Certification' started by Murat Ö., Jun 29, 2003.

  1. Murat Ö.

    Murat Ö. Guest

    hi,

    i have mcp certificate, taken 70-210. but i don't know what to do about
    other exams. for example: if i pass 3 more exams and if microsoft tells that
    2000 mcse exams finished and will never can be taken, what will i do? will 4
    exams that i have taken retire? and won't i able to be a mcse 2000? will i
    have to take 7 mcse 2003 exams? is it possible microsoft to finish and
    retire 2000 exams?


    thank you
     
    Murat Ö., Jun 29, 2003
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  2. go to www.microsoft.com/mcse for answers.

    "Murat Ö." <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > hi,
    >
    > i have mcp certificate, taken 70-210. but i don't know what to do about
    > other exams. for example: if i pass 3 more exams and if microsoft tells

    that
    > 2000 mcse exams finished and will never can be taken, what will i do? will

    4
    > exams that i have taken retire? and won't i able to be a mcse 2000? will i
    > have to take 7 mcse 2003 exams? is it possible microsoft to finish and
    > retire 2000 exams?
    >
    >
    > thank you
    >
    >
     
    Martin Schmid, Jun 30, 2003
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  3. "Murat Ö." <> wrote in message news:<>...

    > i have mcp certificate, taken 70-210. but i don't know what to do about
    > other exams. for example: if i pass 3 more exams and if microsoft tells that
    > 2000 mcse exams finished and will never can be taken, what will i do? will 4
    > exams that i have taken retire? and won't i able to be a mcse 2000? will i
    > have to take 7 mcse 2003 exams? is it possible microsoft to finish and
    > retire 2000 exams?


    Microsoft won't be retiring the MCSE 2000 exams for several more
    years. If you are already working on your MCSE on Windows 2000 then
    you should probably stay the course and finish it. Late this year, or
    next year, you can upgrade from an MCSE on Windows 2000 to and MCSE on
    Windows Server 2003 by taking two exams (70-292 and 70-296). This is
    far better than having to redo the whole series.

    Take a look here for more information on the upgrade requirements:

    http://www.selfstudycerts.com/cert/microsoft/mcse-2003.html

    Good luck!

    -- Delbert Matlock
    -- MCSE, MCSA, MCDBA, CCNA, Network+, A+
    -- http://www.SelfStudyCerts.com/
     
    Delbert Matlock, Jul 1, 2003
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