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  • 1. How long will the current system be valid ?
    Hello All, i have just passed the 70-315 and am studying for the 70-320 exam. but after listening to the recorded meeting regarding the new cretification system i do have a question: When will the current system expire ? , meaning that i am interested in getting to be an MCAD in the .NET 1.x using VS.NET 2003,mainly because ther're my main tools/env. and don't know yet when will my company migrate to the new VS.net 2005 Please help me clear this issue in my mind and thanks in advance :)
  • 2. Just passed passed my 3rd test for MCAD
    Will they send me my certificate automatically or do I have to do something to get them to send it to me, similar to the MCP welcome kit?
  • 3. Microsoft Training Kits
    Has anyone had any success using the Microsoft Training Kits? I am looking for study material to take the exams for the MCAD. Thanks
  • 4. What route to take??
    I have my Bsc. in Computing(Computer Science/Software Development) graduating in 2001. In the interim, I have been involved in other non-computing projects, and have in the past 2 years re-established my love of computing/developing, in particular with web design/development. I am responsible for the creation/devopment/maintenance of 2 corporate web sites, both of with at present are in ASP. I am now making the change (personally first) to ASP.NET 2.0, then changing the websites. The websites include a client portal which I know will benefit from ASP.NET 2.0. My question is, is it worth me persuing my MCAD, or should i just keep on learning ASP.NET 2.0 with the books I have bought, and work up? Is there a huge benefit is getting certified? I'm not being pressured to get it, it's more of a personal goal to be able to say "I've done it", and have the achievement. THanks for your replies, Michael Wingert

70-315,70-316,70-320

Postby Sam » Fri, 26 Dec 2003 05:23:48 GMT

Is 70-315,70-316,70-320 a right combination for MCAD.
Does anyone know ?
Thanks
-Sam

70-315,70-316,70-320

Postby Neel » Fri, 26 Dec 2003 05:48:46 GMT

Sam,

Yes it IS the right combination. See it yourself on the 
following web-site (microsoft's MCP web-site)

 http://www.**--****.com/ 
p

Look at the VERY BOTTOM section of the  Elective Exams 
which explains that youc an either go for

70-305, 70-306 and 70-310    (VB.Net Based) 
OR
70-315, 70-316, and 70-320   (C# Based.)

Hope this helps.

Neel.    =:)



70-315,70-316,70-320

Postby Kavitha Shalini » Thu, 01 Jan 2004 02:51:18 GMT

Hi,
Its not the right combination for MCAD.

Pls check the microsoft site again.

you need not take 315 and 316.

For MCAD its 2 core papers and 1 elective.

So pls check again



Re: 70-315,70-316,70-320

Postby Yahoo496 » Thu, 01 Jan 2004 03:37:11 GMT

Yes Kaviti you are right when you say "Pls check the microsoft site again.".
So check it and after that answer.
 http://www.**--****.com/ 

Yes Sam the combination is right: 70-315, 70-316, 70-320 give you a MCAD.





Hi,
Its not the right combination for MCAD.

Pls check the microsoft site again.

you need not take 315 and 316.

For MCAD its 2 core papers and 1 elective.

So pls check again





RE: 70-315,70-316,70-320

Postby VmlydHVhbFR3bw » Thu, 01 Jan 2004 13:41:15 GMT

Sam

315, 316, 320 are correct choices for MCAD if you are using 315 as a core then you can use 316 as an elective 320 will be your required exam.

I completed 305, 306, and 310 for my MCAD the only difference in my selection than yours is the language that I test on was VB.

VitualTwo

Re: 70-315,70-316,70-320

Postby prabha » Thu, 01 Jan 2004 17:40:56 GMT

Shalini, you are missing this point ( towards the end of the page
 http://www.**--****.com/ )

If you use Exam 70-305 or 70-315 to satisfy the core exam requirement, you
may use either Exam 70-306 or 70-316 as an elective.

If you use Exam 70-306 or 70-316 to satisfy the core exam requirement, you
may use either Exam 70-305 or 70-315 as an elective.










Re: 70-315,70-316,70-320

Postby Kavitha Shalini » Mon, 19 Jan 2004 03:04:28 GMT

I completed my MCAD recently and got the certification 
listed on my profile too and hence I am making this 
argument.

The requirement clearly says
2. core paper -(1 on web or window forms +1 Web services)
1 Elective paper -Microsoft Product (Could be sql, 
biztalk)

Hope you understood.


microsoft site again.".
sp
give you a MCAD.




Re: 70-315,70-316,70-320

Postby Hermit Dave » Mon, 19 Jan 2004 03:28:29 GMT

Kavita... think you need to have a read up on microsoft ?
try going there more often...
 http://www.**--****.com/ 
70-315, 70-316 and 70-320 would be alright for MCAD

-- 
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HD
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