RE: Registering for old CCNP Tests [7:113590] posted 09/14/2006
- Subject: RE: Registering for old CCNP Tests [7:113590]
- From: "Gilbert Ngo Banjika" <nobody@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 14 Sep 2006 07:16:54 -0400
Lynne you don`t have to take all new exams.
If you cannot complete your certification before the end of this year then
you will need to take and pass the updated versions of the two exams you
have not passed.
Here is an example of a scenario similar to yours.:
CCNP exams count towards new requirements
I have passed the BCRAN (or CIT) exam and this exam is no longer a
requirement for Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) certification.
Does that mean that I will have to start all over again?
No you do not have to start over. You can apply the BCRAN exam to the
total requirement for Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP)
certification, so long as the date you passed the BCRAN exam is no more than
three years at the time you complete the fourth and final required exam.
For example, say you passed the BCRAN exam on 4/15/06. BCRAN will be counted
toward your Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) certification until
4/15/09. If BCRAN (or CIT) was your first exam, that gives you two years to
pass the other three required exams.
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