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Take MCSD Core Exam, Get Free Exam Voucher and Gift

Sign up for Exam 70-100 beta, Analyzing Requirements and Defining Solution Architectures starting January 18, 1999, get free exam voucher (plus free software if you pass!).

Last week, we told you about a free exam and mysterious "free gift" if you sign up for and take the Analyzing Requirements and Defining Solution Architectures beta exam (during beta, it'll be numbered 71-100). To read the announcement, Click here and look for "Core MCSD Exam Nears Beta (12/8/98)."

We now that the mysterious free gift is available only to those who actually pass the beta exam. The gift is one of the following software products:

  • Microsoft Visual Studio, Professional Edition
  • Microsoft Mastering Series training product
  • Microsoft Office 2000, Developer's Edition

A Microsoft spokesperson says that instructions for claiming the free gift (and the free exam voucher) will accompany the score report, which will be mailed to candidates who pass the exam approximately two months after the beta exam period ends. For more information on the free gift and exam voucher, go to http://www.microsoft.com/mcp/coreoffer.htm.

Registration for Analyzing Requirements begins January 18, 1999. Go to http://www.microsoft.com/mcp/certstep/mcsd.htm for more information.

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