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Passed the 70-680 exam, how long before MS emails me my credentials?

Posted on 2010-09-02
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I'd like to check out the MCP website since I passed the test.

Does anyone know how long it takes for the email to come with your MCP Id and password?

Thanks
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Congratulations!! I just passed this same test yesterday. According to the test center and other colleagues of mine, Microsoft takes about 7 days to email your login information. I'm still waiting on it!
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Ok cool!

I'll close the ticket, but if you get something soon, can you let me know through here?  And I'll do the same as well.

Congrats to you too!!
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Just got my log-in this morning, only 2 days after so wait for it :)
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Just got mine this morning too, nice!!

Thanks!
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I guess they don't give the MCP Certification anymore :(
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