MCSE Exams Discount Extended One More Month

Selected MCSE core and electives exams available for 25-percent until end of September.

In early June, Microsoft offered a 25-percent discount on selected Microsoft exams, including all core exams for the MCSE track. Microsoft has extended the deadline for taking advantage of the discount to Sept. 30. [Thanks goes to Andy Barkl, Online Chat Editor, for pointing out the extension.]

To see a list of the exams that are available at the discounted rate, go to Limited Time: Discounts on Selected Windows 2000 Exams dated June 1 in the News Archive.

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Reader Comments:

Mon, Nov 28, 2005 Natarajan chennai

I would like to know any other discount in MCSE 2000 exams and MCSE 2003 exams

Mon, Sep 10, 2001 Dan Denver

I must be the ONLY one who ever visits this site. I here I was thinking that the MCSE was popular........Sorry Microsoft, I 'll look elsewhere to spend my money.

Wed, Sep 5, 2001 Dan Denver


I am very interested in the MCSE certification. I would like to know the requirements for taking the exams and getting certified. High school diploma, drivers license, social security card, etc.? Do you have to have any college? And if so, does it have to be computer related courses? Can my little brother do it with me? He's in 11th grade, but super sharp. If you have a link you can refer me to, or whatever, I'm trying to decide on this (and for my little brother to).


PS. I also have a friend who is a professional engineer (PE) and he says the MSCE isnt really an engineer and that Microsoft- Canada is actually recalling the engineer portion of the title. Can you tell me how the MCSE compares to a mechanical PE license?

Sorry for all the Q,s but I'm reallly curious.

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