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    Quote Originally Posted by NEODREAM View Post
    Anyone in Cohort 6 [4/2/18] receive any information yet?
    Nothing here, yet.
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    Thanks! So should be an easy pass.. After my Sec+ exam

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    The exam was incredibly easy. I was expecting more Cisco-based equipment questions, but it was focused almost entirely on security fundamentals.If you can associate words together, then you don't even really need to understand the material, just what words pair together.
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    Cool, thanks for replying!
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    #1379
    Thank you, I have applied. Let's hope I get into this since I am a student who is deeply passioned about getting into cyber security.
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    #1380
    Just received survey for Cohort 6 to update student information before beginning the program.

    Looks like we will receive a confirmation email by March 5 for those of us in Cohort 6.
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    #1381
    Darn, the proactively mentioned the last cohort is full so guess no more deferrals for me.
    Have: CISSP, CISM, CISA, CRISC, GCIA, GSEC, AWS CCP, CEHv8, CHFIv8, ITIL-F, BSBA - UF, MSISA - WGU
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    #1382
    I passed the SECOPS exam yesterday afternoon. Got a 9xx. The exam was incredibly easy. I might actually go for the CCNP Cyber Ops when it comes out, as that would make for an easy way to renew my now-three CCNAs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EnderWiggin View Post
    I passed the SECOPS exam yesterday afternoon. Got a 9xx. The exam was incredibly easy. I might actually go for the CCNP Cyber Ops when it comes out, as that would make for an easy way to renew my now-three CCNAs.
    Without breaking the NDA can you say if the material provided were enough to pass the SecOps? Also how long did it take you to go over the SecOPs material and for how many hours did you study?
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    #1384
    Got another confirmation email yesterday in regards to Cohort 6:

    "Students will start to receive email information regarding their cohort within the next two weeks"

    Excited to start and good to see feedback about SecOps being a breeze...I'm always down for easy wins.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheFORCE View Post
    Without breaking the NDA can you say if the material provided were enough to pass the SecOps? Also how long did it take you to go over the SecOPs material and for how many hours did you study?
    Everything in the exam was in the materials provided, with the exception of maybe one or two questions on NIST specifics, as mentioned previously in this thread. I spent about two and a half weeks going over the materials, max of ten hours per week. Though I should probably note, I do tier three SOC work, and this is a tier one SOC exam, so take my thoughts on the exam with a grain of salt.
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    I failed with a 790! (maybe I missed some question) I found the exam very easy and Security+ was really helpful!!! I could answer the questions without any doubt, everything was straightfoward.

    Taking in a week with the retake.

    Thanks for sharing!

    Quote Originally Posted by EnderWiggin View Post
    The exam was incredibly easy. I was expecting more Cisco-based equipment questions, but it was focused almost entirely on security fundamentals.If you can associate words together, then you don't even really need to understand the material, just what words pair together.

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    #1387
    So do you get free re-takes with this? I'm in cohort 6
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    #1388
    Quote Originally Posted by Pseudonym View Post
    So do you get free re-takes with this? I'm in cohort 6
    You get 1 free retake for each exam.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheFORCE View Post
    You get 1 free retake for each exam.
    That is awesome! Thanks
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    #1390
    For those that passed, how long did it take before they sent you the PDF certificate?

    Edit: For those also wondering, the answer was one week.
    Last edited by EnderWiggin; 03-14-2018 at 01:48 PM.
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    #1391
    I’m not sure how quick the PDF would come, but I passed on Friday and I updated my address the same day for the printed cert.
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    #1392
    I passed SECFND a few weeks ago (failed the 1st try with an 813, need 825). Slow going on SECOPS. Only on Ch. 5 so still a ways to go. Hard to get motivated. Figuring I will be taking it in about 2 or 3 weeks if all goes well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dhay13 View Post
    I passed SECFND a few weeks ago (failed the 1st try with an 813, need 825). Slow going on SECOPS. Only on Ch. 5 so still a ways to go. Hard to get motivated. Figuring I will be taking it in about 2 or 3 weeks if all goes well.
    So, do you get a free retake? or did you have to purchase that voucher?
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    #1394
    you get a free retake per exam. i think you may even be able to get two with approval. but definitely one for sure
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    I really wish I could get in on this lol.
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    #1396
    Also in cohort 6, have not gotten anything recently, expect to see something here in the next week or two. I am hoping the test is as easy as it seems to sound and without the need to buy additional materials/tests.
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    Don't kid yourself that the tests are no-study easy. It really depends on your experience level. You'll see... don't take them lightly.
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    Got my books the other day. Finishing up my CCSP studies so I can dive into this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by relegated View Post
    I am hoping the test is as easy as it seems to sound and without the need to buy additional materials/tests.
    The tests were incredibly easy for me, but I'm a tier three SOC analyst. There are plenty of people that haven't been doing this type of work that have had to put in a large amount of effort to pass. From what I saw of the materials, they are enough to pass, but you definitely need to have a solid understanding of them to pass.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shochan View Post
    So, do you get a free retake? or did you have to purchase that voucher?
    Yes, free retake
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