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Cisco to stop Prometric testing

Discussion in 'News' started by wagnerk, Jul 11, 2007.

  1. wagnerk
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    Cisco and Pearson VUE partner to expand access to Cisco certification and safeguard integrity of global exams

    Beginning August 1, 2007, Pearson VUE will be the primary test vendor for Cisco® certification exams worldwide. Cisco CCNA® and CCIE® are two examples of Cisco professional certification exams that will be delivered through Pearson VUE. Additionally, Pearson VUE will deliver other Cisco individual technical certifications and specialization exams previously delivered by multiple test delivery partners. Pearson VUE has been delivering Cisco exams since 2000, but shifting to a primary vendor strategy worldwide will enable Cisco to advance test security through the deployment of advanced biometric technologies, facilitate the rapid localization of exams around the world, and allow for increased certification scalability and coverage.

    Full Article: here and here
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    1. Raffaz
      Do you think this is the reason why MS has pulled out of using vue as a test centre (seem to remember reading that on here recently):)

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