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TOPIC: validity of ccna intro

validity of ccna intro 14 years 1 week ago #5796

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Hi,
I cleared my ccna INTRO(640-821) in august 2004.I havent taken ICND yet.I wanted to know what is the validiy of INTRO.
or what is the permissible time difference between two exams.
Thanks
Shradha

Re: validity of ccna intro 14 years 1 week ago #5817

I've looked up the Cisco site but haven't found any reference to any time limit within which you have to give the second exam.. however don't take this as gospel since I haven't recieved any confirmation of that yet, I will look around a bit more and speak to some people.

I would recommend though, that you try and give the second exam as soon as possible. I figure you've split it into two exams since you wanted to make the studying easier.. so while you still have the first exam info in your head, take some time out, study for the second exam and give it at the earliest..

For people who want to break up the studying.. I would say give the INTRO exam.. take 1-3 months off (depending on how confident you are) and then take the second exam.
Sahir Hidayatullah.
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Re: validity of ccna intro 14 years 7 hours ago #6002

Hello,

Last 05/04/2004 I already emailed the Cisco Networking Academy Support and they have given me this answer:

Response (Andrew B.)


Thank you for contacting the Cisco Networking Academy Support Desk regarding exam time frames.

As of now, there is no time frame between taking the INTRO exam and the ICND exam. Cisco has not set any time restraints on taking the two tests.

Please let us know if you have any further questions, comments, or concerns.

Thank you,

Andrew B.
Cisco Networking Academy Support



I don't know if they have change any policies about it but I'm pretty sure that its still the same, But CCNA is only applicable for 3 years so I think INTRO to ICND too.
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