Monday, August 10, 2009

How many papers in MCSE?

If you need to be MCSE(Microsoft Certified System Engineer),you must pass at least 7 exams:

Core exams (Networking System - 4 exams required): 70-290, 70-291, 70-293, 70-294

Core exams (Client operating system - one exam required): 70-6205 or 70-270 or 70-2101, 2

Core exams (Design - one exam required): 70-2973 or 70-2983

Elective exams (one exam required): 70-0861, 70-0894, 70-2271, 3, 70-2283, 6, 70-2296, 70-235, 70-236, 70-262, 70-281, 70-282, 70-2843, 70-285, 70-2973, 70-2983, 70-299, 70-3016, 70-3503, 70-351, 70-400, 70-401, 70-431, 70-445, 70-500, 70-557, 70-6205, 70-624, 70-630, 70-631, 70-638

As an alternative to the electives that are listed in the elective exams table, these Microsoft certifications may be substituted for an MCSE elective: MCSA on Microsoft Windows 2000, MCSE on Microsoft Windows 2000, MCSE on Microsoft Windows NT 4.0

As an alternative to the electives that are listed in the elective exams table, these third-party certifications may be substituted for an MCSE elective: CompTIA Security+, Unisys UN0-101

Upgrade exams for an MCSE on Windows 2000 (two exams required): 70-292, 70-296

1.This exam retired in March 2008.
2.Candidates who passed Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 Exams 70-067, 70-068, and 70-073 had the option of taking the comprehensive Exam 70-240: Microsoft Windows 2000 Accelerated Exam for MCPs Certified on Microsoft Windows NT 4.0. By passing this exam, candidates met the following exam requirements: Exam 70-210, 70-215, 70-216, and 70-217. Exam 70-240 is no longer available.
3.Exam 70-297 and Exam 70-298 can each count one time toward a core design exam or an elective exam, but not both.
4.Exams 70-089, 70-227, 70-228, 70-284, and 70-350 can count toward both the MCSA and MCSE elective exam requirements.
5.Exam 70-620 can count one time toward a core client exam or an elective exam, but not both.
6.This exam will retire in March 2009.

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