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Windows 2000 Beta Exam By Invitation Only

Interested in taking a Windows 2000 Beta? Check your mail or email for an invitation.

Microsoft will be selecting candidates to take the beta versions of the Windows 2000 exams that will be available during March and April 2000. Microsoft is using a combination of demographic information and premier title achieved, and according to one source, invitations will first be sent to attendees of last week's Microsoft Technology Week Conference in New Orleans, then to a wider pool of premier certificate holders, if there is a need for more qualified candidates.

"Limiting the beta exams to selected candidates is one of several significant changes Microsoft is making to the MCSE credential to retain its validity and value," according to a press release from Microsoft.

For more on retaining the MCSE credential, go to http://www.microsoft.com/mcp/certstep/mcsechanges.htm.

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