Will exams 70-528 and 70-536 be replaced soon?

Discussion in 'MCTS' started by Marc, Apr 21, 2008.

  1. Marc

    Marc Guest


    I am studying for 70-528 and I wonder when this exam will be replaced for a
    new ASPNET 3.0 exam. Since I think I need a few more months, may-be I can do
    another '3.0' instead of learning for an old exam.

    Marc Wentink
    Marc, Apr 21, 2008
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    Fabian Guest

    Hai Marc,

    I am also very much worried about ur question...but i also don't have an
    answer and i am waiting for someone to help me out in this..
    Fabian, May 27, 2008
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    Marc Guest

    Marc, May 27, 2008
  4. Marc

    gravz84 Guest

    They should be available from June. But this doesn't mean that they
    replace 526/528 or 536.
    They just won't lead you to the mcpd track anymore.
    The track for that would be through the new vs 2008 exams, but 536
    will be a basic requirement for those too.
    Since I have already prepared for, using .net 2 by the way, I am going
    to take 528 on june 18th, we'll know then for real if mcts is given
    after 536 and 528.

    gravz84, May 27, 2008
  5. Marc

    Marc Guest

    Right and I cannot find a link to a complete 'self paced course' either, or
    am I overlooking it? I stick with 528 then.
    Marc, May 28, 2008
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    gravz84 Guest

    I found another link on the new generation (mcts) certs:
    I passed my 528 today so i have completed the requirements for
    the .net 2 web application developer mcts. I'll just wait for a few
    days to see if the same is updated on the mcp member site.
    Will post back here when I receive that.
    gravz84, Jun 18, 2008
  7. Marc

    gravz84 Guest

    yes..you still get the mcts web app on clearing 528 and 536. i got
    mine within 2 days of doing 528. and i think the old mcpd exam 547
    should also be valid..i am going to plan to take that, althugh it
    might be a while
    gravz84, Jun 24, 2008
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