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RE: Foundations 640-509 [7:45548] posted 06/02/2002
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Well, that just shows you how much I know about the Foundation exam.

Anyway, I think most people will (like I) take the three exams by them self
instead of the Foundation exam, as you will need to prepare yourself three
times as much for it.


 Ole Drews Jensen
 Systems Network Manager
 RWR Enterprises, Inc.
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> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Peter Walker [SMTP:study@xxxxxxxxx]
> Sent:	Friday, May 31, 2002 6:06 PM
> To:	cisco@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject:	RE: Foundations 640-509 [7:45548]
> I totally disagree with this statement.  In the foundation exam you get 
> three scores, one for each of the sections.  You have to pass in all 
> sections to pass the foundation exam. So if you are strong in two areas
> but 
> not the third you are likely to fail the whole exam because of this one 
> area.
> If you are weak in any area then Foundation is not the exam to take.
> Peter Walker
> --On Friday, May 31, 2002 5:58 PM -0400 Ole Drews Jensen 
>  wrote:
> >
> > On the other
> > hand, if you are perfect in routing and switching, but not so good in
> > remote access, Foundation might be better, as the percentage you answer
> > wrong on remote access questions, will be a third the percentage
> compared
> > to if you took it by it self.

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