Singed Up for a Regular Test and got a Beta ??
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I was wondering if anyone has since this before. I week or so ago I took the 70-284 (Exchange) I passed and everything is fine. However in looking at my score report this morning as I was scanning the document I noticed my test number said it was the 72-284. Isn't 72 a beta exam? has anyone else seen something like this happen ? I passed and I got credit for so I'm sure it's ok. but just an interesting that it Microsoft would give someone a beta test with out in fact signing up for a beta.
72-xxx is in fact academic, thus only costing you $60 instead of $125. Beta is 71-xxx.
Check the list at Microsoft Learning: Resources for Students and Educators. Any current test listed with 72- is available for $60. You have to call Prometric to register for the test, however once registered you can cancel or change the date/location on-line.
The testing centers are supposed to verify your eligibility, but it can vary by the center. Most likely your school ID card will work as the second ID.
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