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CCENT - is wikipedia right?

Discussion in 'General Cisco Certifications' started by Morpeth, Jun 15, 2009.

  1. Morpeth

    Morpeth Bit Poster

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    Hey all

    I'm looking at doing the CCENT while/after studying for the N+.

    I saw this on Wikipedia

    But elsewhere on this forum I think people talk about self studying for the CCNA or CCENT with no 'official' training.

    So, is it that it's not like I can just roll up at Prometric centre and take the 640-822? I have to prove I've spent a few hundred pounds on an internet training course that will probably tell me not much more than the Cisco Press offical book, or I cant sit the 802? Grrrr

    Or is Wiki wrong, because on the official Cisco CCENT page, ICND1 training comes under a recommended field, not required (the 802 exam IS under required).

    Someone help, would be super appreciated
    Morpeth
     
    Certifications: A+ N+
    WIP: LPIC CCNA
  2. kevicho

    kevicho Gigabyte Poster

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    Yes it is incorrect, participation on that course is not needed to take this exam
     
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    WIP: CCNA Renewal
  3. Morpeth

    Morpeth Bit Poster

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  4. kevicho

    kevicho Gigabyte Poster

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    Some certifications do, for instance to take VMwares VCP exam there is a prerequisite to have sit through an official course, but in this case there isn't, which is good as it saved me a heck of a lot of money lol
     
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