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    Default MCSE self study, question.

    As some of you guys know, I am studying for my MCSE.

    I just have a quick question about certificates.

    I have read on the M$ website that each elective makes you a MCP. So does this mean, everytime I pass the 70-270, 70-291 etc that I will get a MCP certificate in the mail?
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    ANY microsoft exam except networking essentials, and some old retired exams will give you the MCP certificate. So for example, when you pass 70-270, you will get your MCP. You wont get another certifiate until you satisfy another Certificate requirement, ie MCDST, MCSA etc.

    you DO NOT get a certificate for every exam.
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    Excellent.

    I'm glad that you dont get a certificate everytime.

    There would be too many of them laying around.

    Cheers for your reply.
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