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    Passed with a lowly 852 this morning. Minimum passing score is an 825. All I did was run through the chapter challenges provided through the Cisco Cybersecurity Scholarship. Because this is an entry-level cert I was able to pass without study due to my current role as a SOC Analyst and previous CCNA study for RS and Security.

    I believe the exam is a good test for entry into IT and/or the security space.

    The exam was very Ciscoesque and was IMO, heavy on CCNA Networking topics with some security sprinkled in.

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    Congrats. I sit for mine next Friday.

    Does this follow the same test format as other Cisco exams where you cannot flag questions and review?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Svoboda View Post
    Congrats. I sit for mine next Friday.

    Does this follow the same test format as other Cisco exams where you cannot flag questions and review?
    There was a "notes" section. I did not see an option for review at the end.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blucodex View Post
    There was a "notes" section. I did not see an option for review at the end.
    Thanks. One of my complaints for Cisco tests. I typically run throw picking off the low hanging fruit and tag more difficult questions to give them more time. Really disappointing Cisco does not see the value in this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Svoboda View Post
    Thanks. One of my complaints for Cisco tests. I typically run throw picking off the low hanging fruit and tag more difficult questions to give them more time. Really disappointing Cisco does not see the value in this.
    I guess they don’t want people finding the answer later on from later questions because there was definitely some of that for me.

    I ran through the exam in about 25 minutes. Expected to go back to the ones I put an X in the notes section. Guess I forgot what a Cisco exam was like. It was 2014 last I tested for Cisco.
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    Congrats!
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    Congrats. Currently studying for that one
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