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Microsoft Offers 30 Percent Off Exams in Latin America

Microsoft Corp. recently announced a 30 percent discount off the price of all its certification exams in South and Central America.

Microsoft Corp. recently announced a 30 percent discount off the price of all its certification exams in South and Central America.

In most countries, the promotion is already underway -- candidates can register for discount exams now using promotional codes found here on Microsoft's secure MCP site. For those in Columbia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela, the promotion opens March 15.

The discount code can be used at both Prometric and Pearson Vue testing centers. There appears to be no limit on the number of exams it can be applied to; however, in most counties, the exams must be taken by April 15. Candidates in Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela must take their discounted exams by June 15.

For more information on this promotion, use the link above.

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