Studying for the MCSE Win2000

I am studying for the MCSE Win2000. So far, I have passed the 210 and 215 exams. I understand that I need four core exams so I am planning to do 216 and 217. I also plan to do elective exams 70-219, 70-081(Exchange 5.5) and 70-222. Will that be enough to get the MCSE certification?
If I read your message correctly, you've taken 70-210 and 70-215 and plan to finish the two remaining core exams: 70-216 and 70-217. After that, you plan to take 70-219, 70-081 and 70-222. I am happy to say that this will indeed qualify you for the Windows 2000 MCSE and that you are not taking any unnecessary exams in this planned sequence. Go ahead and follow your plans, and you should have an MCSE waiting for you at the end of that road.
This was first published in March 2001

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