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Re: All numbers are beutiful ...but below 7000 have something special posted 09/12/2007
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I would rather have a two day CCIE number. The two day lab is definitely
harder. It is 2 days! Despite your know how and ability to pass day one you
could get tripped up by something stupid, like a gum wrapper wrapped around
a a cable contact. Cisco ditched the two day format because they felt if you
could build the lab, you should be able to troubleshoot it as well. On top
of that, do any of you think you could pass the lab reading merely cisco
press books? There were not many vendor workbooks back in those days; thus
much much harder to learn the relavant info, thus less people passing the
lab, and thus a much more difficult overall endeavor. I would love for cisco
to bring back the two day lab. That would solve the problem of cheaters and
braindumpers. There is no way a braindumper would be able to troubleshoot
that rack on day 2 :) Bring it back Cisco!!

DR




On 9/12/07, shiran guez <shiranp3@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>
> According to your theory that it is easier because there are more
> information, either people are stupid or lazy.
>
> and I think you should try before stating such theory, and after you try
> tell us your experience.
>
>
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> On 9/12/07, subodh.rawat@xxxxxxxxx <subodh.rawat@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
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> > Though I am preparing for CCIE and think that achiving CCIE is something
> > a great achievment. But I think that numbers below 7000 or 8000 for that
> > matter are more than beautiful. They are hard earned numbers. Getting
> > number these days is fairly easy than before, may be bacause vendor's
> > workbooks are very close to real lab.
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> > Just a thought.
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