If the answer is YES, now you've a chance: Howard Dierking has launched the idea of a community-based creation of certification exams.
Howard has revealed that writing an entire exam is expensive and it's also an hard work, expecially on architecturing the questions. Now he has launched an idea: why not opening the possibility to write exam questions also to the large MS communities?
The idea is fascinating but obviously it's not so simple I think. Questions launched from the communities must be submitted, reviewed and moderated from MS internals, then (if approved) they must be kept secret (otherwise their scope will be a fail).
Is all this process so simple for Microsoft? If the answer is yes, then opening the exam question development to the community is a good idea (I think that more clear questions could come from the community vision).
We'll see what happens in the future, but Microsoft has give us a sign of believing a lot on their certification programs.