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yes, Cisco has rudely upped the bar on the CCNA exam 640-507. You now need an 849 to pass. This is not impossible. After 6 unsuccessful tries with a passing score of 822, I managed to get an 849 and pass! I am the happiest new CCNA around!
I took the test on Friday and noticed the same thing. I noticed the raise of the bar. I (all praise is due to God) got an 881 the first shot out. Anyone planning on taking it study up on thos switches. I under estimated them and got only a %57 on switching. LPESCATO I think we're gonna have to battle for that title..."the Happiest new CCNA around!"
Congratulations on your score, that's very good. Yes. practice the OSI model and the bridging/switching stuff, as well as IOS commands. I didnt really have a problem with subnetting, youre bound to only get a few of those, so dont stress if you suck at math like I do.
Can either of you guys remember any test questions?
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