Yes, big surprise right, more and more INE students are passing this tough new lab! Well, it is not a surprise, and the instructor team here at INE will not bask in this and rest on our laurels. Instead, we are working harder than ever to ensure ALL of our students enjoy such successes soon. And they will.

The latest INE students to pass:

Sargis Minasyan #25894

Divin Mathew John #25905

But wait, more congrats to extend….

One of my all-time favorite Live Bootcamp students, Ian Finlayson, had an awesome attempt today in Brussels. He missed the mark, but walked out feeling wonderful and more confident than ever. He will crush his next attempt for sure!

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7 Responses to “More INE R&S Successes!”

  1. Iman says:

    Thats great
    I hope every single student be able to get the 6 digit number ! Luck for everybody !

  2. Andrei says:

    I can’t wait, to be this position :) . congratulations for all INE students(or not) who passed.

    I looking forward to see my digits on INE homepage wall.

  3. Greg Ketchum says:

    I thought I was your favorite. LOL Ian we will pass!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (Unless you get arrested for standing on a chair doing cool moves in the Reno Casino)

  4. John Spaulding says:

    Awesome news!!!!

  5. Ian Finlayson says:

    Congratulations Guys!! Thanks for the mention, I will put a review in the IEOC now and pass on my findings and reviews – since we are now in the “latest” v4 R&S Lab etc.

    Greg – He said “one” of his favorites, obviously you are too :) . Yes we will get it alright!!! I will try resist Casinos in Reno etc :)


  6. AJN says:

    Congratulations Guys!!
    Ian, keep working man! your attempt is a precious feedback, I hope you will share with us. Good work & good luck!

  7. Ian Finlayson says:

    Thanks AJN,

    I have posted an EXTENSIVE review of my R&S v4 LAB attempt in Brussels.. Have a look there should be some good pointers in it, especially in the Troubleshooting Sections…

    See it here:

    Good Luck with your studies…



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