Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) replaced by Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA)

Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) replaced by Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA)

For many years passing just one exam would give you the Microsoft Certified Professional  (MCP) certification.

The entry level MCP certification has been replaced by Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA)

http://www.microsoft.com/learning/en/us/mta-certification.aspx#fbid=jMR2BcqA6nQ

Only passing a MTA exams will give you the MTA certification.

This means that any other exam in most cases will no longer give you entry level certification. 

Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) is now a community only  and you will still get a MCP ID when you pass the first exam.

You can share your transcript with others to prove that you passed that exam and show your progress towards a specific certification. 

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  • If you currently hold an MCP Cert, is it possible to transfer that to a MTA?

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