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Old Jul 31, 2002, 07:27 PM
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Thanks heatball

ElaineM

How long is your course for i did semester 1 in 6 months, but now i must do 8 hours a week and semesters 2, 3 and 4 all in a 6 month period.

You reckon you'll be busy.



Thanks for help as allways

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Old Jul 31, 2002, 07:49 PM
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lucky for me i did it in high school. cisco did a program with my school .it was a 2 year course. i have taken it last 2 years(freshman and sophmore). and now im done. we also get a discount on the test but i havent taken it yet.

do u guys have 2 do a TCS cuz that was a pain in the a**!
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Old Jul 31, 2002, 09:38 PM
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sorry bout that jonno112, I thought you had taken the test to get your CCNA cert.

you would have to configure the router igrp from the config-router prompt.

1-router#config t
2-router(config)#router
3-router(config-router)#

It'll be in that kind of step....... everyone else helped ya out with the rest..

take care...

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Old Aug 01, 2002, 12:06 AM
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Where I attend school, they give the first year of Cisco's CCNA course in 5 hours a week for one semester. The second year will be this fall for only 6 hours a week in one semester also. At least it is 4 instead of 3 credits though. However at this point, I really don't give a flying ****, and am definitely not looking forward to it at this point.

By the way guys, Zack has just finished his recently also.

Also I believe that as long as we get a combined score of 70 percent or above, that we are automatically certified and exempt from taking the test.
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Old Aug 01, 2002, 12:37 AM
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Wow.. only 70% or above... man.. when I took my CCNA class, my instructor made us take the test over if we got anything lower than 85%, luckily I never got anything lower than 85% and we didn't get automatically certified.. I had to take the FINAL test AFTER takin' the Final on Sem 4 to get my Cert....

I took Sem 1,2,3,4 in SIX months.... went to school full time 8hrs/5days a week... learned better that way, kept it in my head

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Old Aug 01, 2002, 09:43 AM
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islasian how much harder is the certification for CCNA exam then the final for sem 4. i got a 86 in the final for sem4 how much harder is the certificatication?
 

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