Posting questions

Todd1225Todd1225 Posts: 54Member ■■□□□□□□□□
Webmaster,
At the end of the Cisco Networking Academy, we took a practice CCNA exam with really tough questions. Would it be ok if I posted some of those questions? I admire the strict policies here, and most people don't realize the impact of releasing actual exam info.

As a side note, I can see the frustration with the CCNA exam, it's just one big test and a ton of stuff to remember. I have been through the Cisco Press book twice each time going a little deeper into each subject, and even though I'm confident, there's always that little doubt. I like the idea of two tests instead of one big one!
Todd Baugh
Aspiring Network Tech

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  • WebmasterWebmaster Posts: 10,292Admin
    Todd1225 wrote:
    Webmaster,
    At the end of the Cisco Networking Academy, we took a practice CCNA exam with really tough questions. Would it be ok if I posted some of those questions? I admire the strict policies here, and most people don't realize the impact of releasing actual exam info.

    I guess you already know the answer... such questions are copyright protected... and can be reproduced only with permission of the author/owner... unless you want to ask Cisco ;) the answer is no...

    However, every question covers one or more technical facts... you can discuss those as much as you like... icon_wink.gif Just not exat copies of practice questions from actual exams, commerical prep exam or free practice questions even... again: unless you get permission of the other, in that case you should add the source.
  • rana_choudhurirana_choudhuri Posts: 11Member ■□□□□□□□□□
    does CCNA questions repeats???
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    why CISCO is so conservative in this regard?
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