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    failed icnd1 with a score of 774. I needed 832 to pass.

    Network fundamentals 83 %

    LAN switching fundamentals 50 %

    Routing fundamentals 60 %

    Infrastructure Services 78 %

    Infrastructure Maintenance 50 %
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    Huntert you need to study your week areas from the print out and tackle that exam again.
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    i got exam cram and started studying switching fundamentals
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    I think the most important thing to consider is that you now have a clear understanding of how the exam will be presented. Use the feedback to help focus your study but you were close.

    Good Luck on the next attempt!

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    thanks guys
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    My advice is not to get dis-heartened and re-take the exam as soon as possible. Get a date confirmed and study study study.

    Good luck on your next attempt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by huntert View Post
    i got exam cram and started studying switching fundamentals
    That's an excellent place to start. you are well on your way.
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    i failed the test again by 20 points

    network fundamentals 58 %

    lan switching fundamentals 75 %

    routing fundamentals 73 %

    infrastructure services 56 %

    infrastructure maintenaance 75 %


    i got a score of 812
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    Looks like you brought up your weak areas, but then your stronger areas went down. Maybe you forgot a few things from those initially stronger areas while studying the weaker ones. Or maybe a luckier question draw would have done it. 3rd time is the charm.
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    Ouch!

    In your opinion is the CCENT harder than N+?
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    i took n+ a time ago so not sure. peple are saying n+ is harder now. one thing that makes cisco really hard is that you can not go back after you click next.
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