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    I just got done with the 70-218 MSCA test and was wondering if anybody else had a chance to take it.

    After 90 questions and 2 hours I would like to share some of the pain.
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    Hi,
    well i plan to take the exam,but see on microsofts site that it will be available in January. if you don't mind, can you share some info, like study material, difficult/easy? i'm planning on going for the MCSA
    I think the problem is either an ID10T or PEBCAK error

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    And I thought it was a typo!

    Not seen any jobs asking for it yet.

    And I've seen the future! If MS create a whole load of MSC* qualifications, then it'll enevitably be shortened to MSc!!???

    What a marketing ploy! Computer geeks to accademic geeks in one easy step, no college fees required - except to ms of course.

    D'oh no wonder my name's not Bill.

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    No it isn't a typo. It actually is a really great idea. It is meant to be a stepping stone to the MCSE certification. The test that I took (supporting a 2000 network) is an elective for the MCSE also. The really great thing is if you have you NET+ and A+ you don't have to take one of the electives.

    There is no study materials yet for it so I took the test without much prep. The Beat test was 90 questions and 3 hours long. Compared to the other 2000 tests it was more difficult but passable.
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