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No, the order you take them in doesn't matter.  Take whatever you are most comfortable with first.

When I did my MCSE I didn't take the various tests in any specific order - just what I felt most prepared for at the time.  Actually didn't pass one on the first try, so I took the rest then came back and finished that one last.

Order is up to you - as long as you pass the required tests you'll receive your certification.

Best of luck!
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