How to use CompTIA Certifications for MCSA/MCSE

By | March 16, 2010

Hi Guys,

Been away for a few weeks in Australia, back from holidays now and back to work.

We had a delegate who was having some difficulty using their cert for the MCSA so we asked Microsoft how it works and it works as follows:

In order to submit CompTIA certifications to Microsoft you will need to do the following:

 

Candidate should log into your CompTIA record at http://www.comptia.org/certifications/yourcertifications.aspx

 

If you are a first time user, you will need to select the “Never logged in before” link and follow the instruction for creating your login.

 

If you do not have a copy of your score report, you need to contact the test delivery provider that he used to take your exam. They will either mail you a copy of your score report or e-mail the information to you.

 

You should then verify the accuracy of his information under the “Demographics” and then proceed on.

 

Once you have logged into your record you will need to click on the “Transcripts” link. You should then send your A+ and Network+ or Server+ for MCSA or Security+ for MCSE to: mcphelp@microsoft.com.

 

You must include your MCP ID# in the “Rrmarks” field of the “Create/Edit” form.

 

You MUST use this “TRANSCRIPTS” feature and include your MCP ID# in the “Remarks” field to validate certifications to Microsoft.

 

Microsoft only accepts certification information via this validation process. 

 

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