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By mr.sweetchuck ·
Hi,
I completed CCNA 1 - 4 in college, (I left about a year ago), and was planning to start the CCNP. It was suggested to me that there is a completion exam that needs to be taken before I can start the CCNP. Is this true? If so, do it have some sort of identification code, (like Microsoft code their exams, 070-284, etc.)

I'm going to have to use an external vendor to sit this, so I'd like to know what I'm looking for in advance.

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CCNA is a prereq

by SAJChurchey In reply to Question About Cisco CCNA

There is a single comprehensive exam you can take:

640-802 which covers both parts of their ICND course.

You can also take an exam for each of the two parts:

640-822 ICND1
640-816 ICND2

Check out http://www.cisco.com/web/learning/le3/le2/le0/le9/learning_certification_type_home.html for testing and ICND objectives

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Just to clarify

by mr.sweetchuck In reply to CCNA is a prereq

Just to be 100% clear, I have to sit the 640-802 before I can sit any CCNP exams?

Thanks,
chuck.

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Yes

by SAJChurchey In reply to Just to clarify

According to the website, you MUST have a CCNA to obtain your CCNP. I'm not sure if they will stop you from taking the tests toward the CCNP, however.

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Cheers!

by mr.sweetchuck In reply to Yes

Excellent. Fully Clear.

Thanks,
Chuck

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