Re: 2nd attempt failed. posted 03/10/2007
- Subject: Re: 2nd attempt failed.
- From: Darby Weaver <darbyweaver@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 10 Mar 2007 00:41:21 -0800 (PST)
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Sorry to here this.
Those 0% items seem to be what the CCIE instructors
would attribute to interpretation.
I try to remember what I saw and I try look it up
after and learn from each experience.
Look at it this way, you have seen 2 labs now, you
will be better prepared next time,
--- Abderrahim sadki <a_sadki1@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi guys,
> I failed my 2nd attempt in Dubai.
> I was better prepared this time, but what I dont
> understand is that some
> section that I double checked I scored 0% on them.
> How do you get back on your feet after something
> like this??
> Im thinking of paying an extra 250 $ to check my
> Any input of this?
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