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Aug
23

We wanted to provide our students with advance notification of some upcoming online classes here at INE. While we hope to see many students in the actual live events, on-demand versions will indeed be made available the week following the live, online version.

Join the INE Experts Online in September and October

Join the INE Experts Online in September and October

September 13 – 17th, 2010     CCNA Wireless 5-Day Bootcamp

September 15 – 17th, 2010     Security for CCIE R&S Candidates 3-Day Bootcamp

September 29 – Oct 1, 2010    IPv4/IPv6 Multicast 3-Day Bootcamp

October 4 – 9th, 2010              Online 6-Day CCIE R&S Bootcamp with K. Barker and A. Sequeira

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Jul
16

We all know that the Version 4 CCIE R&S exam is a dramatically different animal from the Version 3 lab. In fact, there have never been such big changes in this track since the move from a two-day format to a one-day format.

I suppose it is no surprise, therefore, that we are seeing a much greater number of students passing after a reread than ever before. Also, there have been reported cases on IEOC.com where students have received their passing mark after opening a Support Ticket with Cisco Certification.

The reread situation is certainly a big change for those of us instrcutors that have been doing this for a long time. I can recall equating the purchase of a reread with the purchase of a local lottery ticket. Cisco would smile and take your Credit Card number, but it was very, very rare that someone would actually pass as a result of the purchase. And this was no surprise then really either, as the exams at the time were very mature and ambiguity-free.

The Reread Lottery

The Reread Lottery

The latest reread success was just reported in IEOC.com. Username sammy purchased a reread on July 9, 2010 and received his digits today – CCIE # 26484. That is just awesome.

Please be advised that Cisco has indeed revamped their reread policy, however. You need to score “close enough” to passing in order to qualify for a reread. If your have indeed done so, you will have a link for a reread in your score report email from Cisco. They do not publish the criteria for the reread determination.

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