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Where can I take the exams for MCAD modules

Discussion in 'MCAD / MCSD / MCPD' started by faery_gold, Sep 6, 2007.

  1. faery_gold

    faery_gold New Member

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    Hi everyone,

    Sorry if I'm asking a question that's been asked a thousand times before but I promise I've looked and looked on here and can't find the answer!

    Basically, I'm thinking of self studying for the MCAD doing modules 70-305, 70-310 and 70-299. I know how to get hold of the training material but once I've studied for the exams where or how do I take them?!!

    Do you attend a central testing centre or can the exams be taken online?

    Any advice would be much appreciated! :blink

    Thanks!
     
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    WIP: CompTIA A+
  2. dmarsh

    dmarsh Terabyte Poster

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    The infos all available online on Microsoft training site, currently you can go to an authorised test centre by Thompson Prometric or Pearson Vue.

    Microsoft are dropping support for Pearson test centres imminently http://www.vue.com/ms/.

    If you haven't booked you should use prometric now :- http://www.prometric.com/default.htm.

    The Microsoft exams are computer based but they must be taken in controlled conditions at a test centre.
     
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  3. faery_gold

    faery_gold New Member

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    Thanks for that, that's answered one of my questions!! :D
     
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    WIP: CompTIA A+

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