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  1. Lost a treasure CodeBlox's Avatar
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    So irritated with Cisco with regard to this exam. Questions poorly worded and highly ambiguous. Came across several typos that continuously made me stop and wonder if they intentionally misspelled part of a command or if it were an accident. The cake is one of the sims... I realize that I can't say too much about it but I had a SIM that did not behave properly with several etherchannel related commands. I could not negate them with a "no" nor could i enter the valid commands. I'd be curious to know how many points this cost me since the requested configuration could not be completed. My score was a 718 Now I have to lose my CCNA which expires on Sunday unless I go take TSHOOT tomorrow and then pay Cisco another $300 to retest SWITCH. Very highly ******* frustrated with some of the "tricky" or just plain old poorly worded questions. There were even questions that had 2 %100 correct answers. Guess I didn't choose the "for sure cisco recommended answer". Very fuckin irritated right now!!!!
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    I feel your pain. I failed this exam last weekend, and managed to defeat it today. I agree with you on the wording, but hang in there - it feels great when you defeat the SOB!
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    Sorry to hear about your exam. I agree with your comments, I've had many questions where I spent more time confused about the wording than anything else.
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    I went and took tshoot as a last effort to save my ccna today and the whole exam engine crashed. During that event the time still continued to count down and I was told there was nothing that they could do. I was first told that i would have to start over. In reality it picked up where i left off but with lost time. I ended up running out of time and failing this one too. It's been a rough weekend...
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    If the simlet crashed, I'd wager they are on the hook for a retest at no cost to you...definitely bring that up with PearsonVUE
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    I hate Cisco tests and agree with the vague questions. Anyway, I bet you can get a free test out of Cisco/Pearson. Fight the power!!!
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