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Windows 7 or 8 MCSA ?

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Hi,

I'm looking at doing either the Windows 7 or Windows 8 MCSA and I'm just wondering which to do  ?

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Question by:Matt Williams
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by:Dirk Mare
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Always go with the newer technology certification..

What else are you going to do?

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Sasa Kranjac earned 500 total points
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Why you don't do both?

If you have experience with Windows 7 then do MCSA: Windows 7 first. It requires two exams.
Then you cand take just one exam to upgrade to MCSA: Windows 8.
With just three exams you would have two great certifications that are perfect foundation for higher-level certifications, such as Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert (MCSE).

Check Certification Challenge where you can obtain an exam discounts AND a Second Shot.
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