Cisco's Non-disclosure Agreement

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Oct 22nd, 2011

Is it true that if you tell someone what you made on a Cisco certification exam that Cisco will revoke your certification? Also, does anyone at Cisco knows why exam scores (just the scores)  are not to be disclosed?  My understanding that the passing score may vay based upon the version of the exam that is taken.  Any answers?

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Leo Laohoo Sat, 10/22/2011 - 17:29
Is it true that if you tell someone what you made on a Cisco certification exam that Cisco will revoke your certification?

If you tell someone WHAT questions you were asked during the exams then you could have your certification revoked.

Don't make any sense the scores because I have to show my score to my office so they can pay me back the exam fees.

Richard Burts Sat, 10/22/2011 - 19:21

Alan

It does not seem reasonable that telling your score on a Cisco certification test would violate the agreement. The agreement is intended to protect the content of the exams and telling your score is hardly a threat to the test content or the validity of the testing process.

HTH

Rick

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