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ola friends,
    Certifications I currently have:

     MCP - that was Windows XP - legacy  - 70-270
     MCTS - Exchange 2007 Config   - 70-236
     MCSA - Windows 2003 exams 70-290/291

I am wanting to upgrade but don't know what path to follow.
I am a self paced learner and have experience. What I want to know is how many minimum number of exams i need to take to get may be MCSA 2012 or what exam (least) would give me some other certification and move up.

I know some exams may be expiring soon so won't be able to take them. It may be around end of august when I tend to take exams after some preparation.

cheers guys
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if you login to your MCP website www.microsoft.com/MCP

one the right upper hand you will find a link called certification upgrade path that will guide you exactly to the information you seek.
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already gathered that info.  I read those links before I posted on. cheers.
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found info
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