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Re: Schrodinger's Cat... posted 09/09/2004
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darn, i thought we were gong to have a discussion about sub-atomic 'spin'
and partical theory!


Regards,

John D. Matus
MCSE, CCNP
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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Jonathan R. Charles" <jrcdehc@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <ccielab@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, September 08, 2004 10:14 PM
Subject: Schrodinger's Cat...


> Is it possible that those who create the CCIE labs attend the bootcamps,
> listen to the audio CDs and read the Practical Studies and lab guides to
> make sure that there is something on the lab that is not covered by these
> courses/docuements?
>
>
>
> I ask, because the breadth and scope of testable material is nearly
> limitless, and I would suspect that everyone who has taken the lab has
come
> across something they have never seen or heard of before.
>
>
>
> There was an old theory that Microsoft and Cisco were offended if anyone
got
> a perfect score on their exams, so they through in one completely idiotic
> question to ensure this didn't happen, ('when bit three of the third octet
> in a FDDI frame header is set to 0, it means what?').
>
>
>
> Then again, since most certifications do not score their exams anymore
(IOW,
> they don't tell you how you did, just whether you passed or failed) this
may
> not be the case any more.
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
> Jonathan Charles
>
> SBC
>
> CCNP/CCDP, NNCSE, MCSE, NNCSS.
>
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