ICP course and CCSI

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Sep 24th, 2007


I have been sponsored by a Cisco learning partner to attend ICP course.

I was told that I should have a CCNA with a 903 plus marks...My CCNA is 8 years old and mark sheet shows a 81% as pass score. I have been maintaining this CCNA a valid one. I have other CCNP exams with 936 marks plus which are still current and valid as well. Moreover, I am a successful CCIE holding the current CCIE number as well.

Wondering should I write the CCNA again to achieve that top score. Would Cisco consider my current CCIE certification and the CCNP marks for the CCSI exams eligibility. Please advise.


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swmorris Mon, 10/08/2007 - 19:43

Nope, unfortunately even have a CCIE, you still have to go take the CCNA exam and pass at a higher level than the "normal" people do.

I was quite miffed about that back in '99 when I had to do it. But it's just how they normalize things for the ICP.

When you take your CCNA exam, you'll need to forget most of what you know as a CCIE! Otherwise you'll overthink things. Remember to address the questions from "what is a CCNA taught?" and that'll be easier!

Best of luck to ya!


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