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I'm not absolutely positive about this, but I believe that Microsoft sets
the price for MOUS certification. I know that's true for MCSE and the like,
so I'd assume it's true for MOUS as well. As a former employee of New
Horizons Training Centers, I can tell you that they offer test sites across
the country. You'll probably get a recorded answering, but if you press 0 to
speak to a receptionist, he or she can put you in touch with an Account
Executive who can schedule the test for you (at no additional charge). Sorry
if this sounds like a plug! It's not; it's just that I know they offer the