Ok, I was under the assumption that if you were going the VP track that included Gwgk, then there would be 6 tests to take: CVoice, Gwgk, CIPT 4.1, TUC, QoS, and lastly CCNA-Voice. Once done, you would be CCVP certified.
However, I coworker just told me that if you took CVoice 6.0 back before CCNA-Voice came out, you didn't have to take CCNA-Voice at all! It could be left out, meaning only 5 tests to have to pass! Is this correct?
As I'm going through the requirements page on Cisco's website, I came upon this information --> if you go the Gwgk track, yes, you have to take CIPT 4.1, but this is not one test. This includes CIPT 4.1 Part 1 and CIPT 4.1 Part 2!! Two tests!
So - if I, in fact, passed CVoice 5.0 and not 6.0, and I go the Gwgk track, I would have to pass 7 tests to get a CCVP! Considering that other mid-level tracks like an NP only require 4, is this fair!?