A+ and Network+

moe2810moe2810 Posts: 20Member ■□□□□□□□□□
Hi Guys

I am on Microsoft’s website and it says that you can use the A+ and Network+ as a substitute for an MCSA elective. This might sound like a dumb question but does that mean that if you have the A+ and the Network+ you will only need to complete 2 of the 3 core exams in order to become MCSA certified? If so .. can you decide what 2 exams you take for the MCSA or does the A+ and Network+ apply to a specific core exam ?

Thanks ...

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  • garv221garv221 Posts: 1,914Member
    That means you only have do the Client (1 test)
    And you have to do 2 core tests...3 total
  • D-boyD-boy Posts: 595Member
    Garv221 is right!


    A+ & Network+ only count towards and elective on the MCSA track, so it just means that A+ & Network+ substitutes for any MCSA elective.

    Please check out the link below:
    http://www.microsoft.com/learning/mcp/mcsa/requirements.asp


    Hope this helps clear things up icon_wink.gif
  • skully93skully93 Posts: 321Member
    Yup. just the elective.

    I'm taking the 270, then 215 and 218. I have the A+, so I'll either get my stuff together and take the Net+ or MCDST cert, which also counts as the elective.
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