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Designing SQL Server 7.0 Exam Beta Extended

The beta for the Designing and Implementing Databases with SQL Server 7.0 exam (70-029) has been extended to March 19; free exam vouchers go to those who pass.

If you one of the few who decided to sit out the beta of this exam because of the lack of study time, consider this news redemption: A Microsoft spokesperson informs us that the beta for the Designing and Implementing Databases with SQL Server 7.0 exam (70-029) has been extended to March 19. As well, those who pass this exam will receive a free exam vouchers. Designing SQL 7.0 can be taken only through Sylvan Testing Centers during the beta period. You can join discussions on this and the other exam, Administering SQL Server 7.0 (70-028) in the MCP Magazine Discussion Forums at Discussion Forums.

Both exams are core exams in the newest premium certification track, the Microsoft Certified Database Administrator, which was announced at Comdex/Fall 98. (Check our News Archive at http://www.mcpmag.com/mcparchives.asp to read our previous news announcement regarding the MCDBA.) They're also electives for the MCSE and MCS+Internet tracks; Designing (70-029) is also an MCSD elective.

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