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Two part vs. one time?

Two part vs. one time?

Two part vs. one time?

(OP)
Dont know if this has been asked.  Do people look down on someone taking the test in two parts instead of one shot one kill?  Does the cert show that you took the test in two parts?  Just curious.

 

RE: Two part vs. one time?

No and NO. TTake however you feel comfy with, and it just shows that you're certified (website and card), not that you took it in 1 or 2 parts.

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RE: Two part vs. one time?


WFComm,

A CCNA is a CCNA is a CCNA !!!!

It is like the old line - what do you call the guy at medical school who just passes by 1 point - DOCTOR !!!!!!

No one cares or will even ask !!!

What they will do is ask questions to see if you are a "real" CCNA or a "paper" CCNA. "Paper" CCNAs or CCNPs or any other cert are those that use "brain dumps" to pass and are normally "found out" in the interview or the first 30 days of work (probation time).  

Good luck to you!!

E.A. Broda
CCNA, CCDA, CCAI, Network +

RE: Two part vs. one time?

(OP)
Thanks guys!  Ciscoguy, would you be willing to talk over phone?  I have a few other questions.  I have followed a lot of your posts and would definitely like to chat with you if you didn't mind.  

Thanks
 

RE: Two part vs. one time?


WFComm,

Sure, you can call me - google Eugene and my last name for my web page and then send me a message under "contact me" and I will send my schedule and numbers!

I am always happy to talk Cisco !!!!  

E.A. Broda
CCNA, CCDA, CCAI, Network +

RE: Two part vs. one time?


WFComm,

You can also find me in Face Book by my name smile  

E.A. Broda
CCNA, CCDA, CCAI, Network +

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