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RE: What do the cryptic scores mean? [7:89847] posted 06/18/2004
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It means you got 898 not 899 or 897.  If we were to go percentile I would
actually say you got 898-300=698 which would mean 69.8 percent or 69
percentile.  Why isn't it just good enough to have passed. (By the way I
congratulate you.  What did you pass anyways?) Do you want us to say you got
an "A"?  Well you got a "P" you passed lets head to the next step.

Why don't we talk about what you thought was difficult/hard? 

Thanks,
--Mike
 



-----Original Message-----
From: Sourabh P. Shikhare [mailto:sourabh@xxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Friday, June 18, 2004 3:37 PM
To: cisco@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: What do the cryptic scores mean? [7:89847]

Hello all,
    This may be asked/answered before.
    How do the cisco exams get scored? Normally the scores are between
300-1000 and passing score is a wierd number of 767 or something. Most of
the people I have heard have got scores which are wierd numbers again (never
heard anyone getting 800 or 850 etc). So if I score 898 (which I actually
did) does it mean I have scored 90% or is it 90 percentile?
 
Please let me know.
Thanks
Sourabh
P.S Most of these scores are from CCNA/CCNP. But I guess CCIE written has
similar scoring patterns. Not sure about the CCIE Lab.
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