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Re: CCNA Passed today! Thanks T. Lammle!!! posted 03/23/1999
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Congrats Pete!

I passed today with identical scores.

Dave

-----Original Message-----
From: Pete Kowalsky <getwired@xxxxxxxx>
To: Cisco Study Group <cisco@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Monday, March 22, 1999 8:02 PM
Subject: CCNA Passed today!


>Yeah!  It's over.  Actually, not to slight the certification, but it's much
>ado about nothing.  If you know the OSI model and basic Cisco operations,
>you'll pass.  Not to sound "weird", but I was actually a little
disappointed
>that the test was so easy.  I'd have to say I over-studied.
>Like we all know by now, the test is 70 questions, all multiple choice, and
>you've got 90 minutes to complete it.  Beware of the wording on some of the
>questions - not sure at times if they were measuring test taking and
reading
>comprehension abilities over the actual testing objectives...
>My wife is more excited that this is over with than I am!  :-)  Thanks to
>those of you who've helped me with questions I've had over the last couple
>months.  On to ACRC, CLSC, CMTD, and CIT!  (Oh, joy.)
>
>Regards,
>Pete Kowalsky
>CNE, MCSE, CCNA
>
>P.S. Overall score: 88%, Section scores were ICRC 87%, ACRC 100%, CLSC 100%
>for anyone who cares (other than Cisco Education).
>
>P.P.S.  A dude in the testing centre passed his CCIE written (kudos, man!)
>at the same time I passed my CCNA.  He said that time management in the
exam
>was almost as important as the actual answers.  Do the scenario questions
>last, as they eat the most time (something I knew from all those Microsoft
>tests anyway).  Lots of physical level token ring and Ethernet stuff, mild
>DECnet, Vines.  Tons of IP and IPX.  Nothing you couldn't assume anyway,
>right?
>
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