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Question: What will change on the CCNP exam? What percentage of topics are new?

A. The certification requirements verified by the CCNP exam have been revised to reflect the responsibilities expected of a network engineer at the professional level. Candidates can view the list of exam topics by clicking on the CCNP Training in Dubai of their choice on the Cisco Learning Network. Cisco does not disclose information about the percentage or number of specific exam topics. Candidates should be prepared to answer questions on all topics listed.

Can I take the previous CCNP exam now that the revised version of CCNP has been released? And is there an expiration date?

The BSCI, BCMSN, COMP, ISCW, and ONT exams will expire on July 31, 2022. Passing scores on previous exams will be recognized up to three years from the exam date.

The BSCI exam is required for CCIP certification. BSCI and BCMSN exams are also required for CCDP certification, can CCIP and CCDP candidates continue to take these exams?

The BSCI and BCMSN exams will be eliminated and replaced by the ROUTE and SWITCH exams for all applicable Cisco certifications; students seeking CCIP or CCDP certification should follow the combined table above.

Is there a specific exam sequence required for the new CCNP?

We recommend that students take the ROUTE and SWITCH exams before taking the TSHOOT course. This will help you transfer your knowledge from ROUTE and SWITCH to the lab scenarios used in the course.

What are the changes between the routing exam and the course?

The following topics have been added to the CCNP Routing (Implementing Cisco IP Routing) course and the 642-9032 ROUTE exam.

Configuring EIGRP in HDLC, Frame Relay, MPLS, VPN, and MPLS Virtual Circuits

Configuring OSPF over HDLC, Frame Relay, PPT, and various WAN links

Introducing alternate routing path control

Implementing IPv

Branch network design analysis and installation planning

Analyze network design and planning changes to support mobile workers

What changes were made to the transition exam and the course?

The following topics have been added to the CCNP Implementing Cisco IP Switched Networks switching course and the 642-813 SWITCH exam.

Implementing per-VLAN spinning tree (PVST) and 802.1W tree

Implementing Network Monitoring in a High Availability Network

Integration of modern WLAN devices into campus infrastructure

What is the CCNP TSHOOT Beta exam? And is it eligible for CCNP certification?

The TSHOOT Beta exam is an early version of the TSHOOT certification exam used to determine your ability to anticipate exam questions. It takes the same amount of time as the final exam and covers the same topics. Candidates who pass the Beta exam will receive full points, but Beta exam results are not immediately available.

Candidates must wait six to eight weeks for results before the Beta exam analysis is complete. The TSHOOT Beta exam will be released on or around February 16 and will be offered at a discounted price of $50 until March 26, 2022. As an incentive to schedule, the first 150 Beta exams taken will be offered for free. Only one beta test can be completed at a time.

What question formats will be included on the CCNP exam?

In the new CCNP exam, candidates will see a variety of question formats. Question formats will include traditional multiple-choice questions, drag-and-drop questions, and practice questions.

If I have taken a new CCNP Routing (ROUTE) or Switching (SWITCH) course before the new exam was released, can I take the current exam?

Students who take the new and updated Routing (ROUTE) or Switching (SWITCH) courses will be able to take the existing BSCI (Routing) and BCSN (Switching) exams until July 31, 2010. The new ROUTE and SWITCH exams are scheduled to be released in mid-March 2010, with the TSHOOT exams released in April 2010. Since the new courses are more in-depth than the existing courses, students should be prepared to take the exams and earn their certificates.

What happens if I have already passed some of the current CCNP requirements? What new exams will I need to take?

You have until July 31, 2022, to pass any of the current CCNP series exams to become certified. the BSCI, BCSN, COMP, ISCW, and ONT exams will be discontinued as of August 1, 2022. Exam points are valid for three years from the date of the exam and will count toward the certificate. You can refer to the CCNP Exam Portfolio Tool online to learn which exams are required in your specific situation.

I have only passed the ISCW or ONT exams, but not both. Should I try to take the other exams before July 31, 2010? *I: I have taken the ISCW (or ONT) course but did not take the exam. Should I attempt to take the exam before July 31, 2010?

If you can pass both the ISCW and ONT exams by July 31, 2022, before they are discontinued, you do not need to take the TSHOOT exam to become certified. Conversely, if you think you have little chance of passing both exams by July 31, 2022, then you should focus your time on preparing for the TSHOOT exam because you will not have the opportunity to retake the ISCW or ONT exams after July 31, 2022. Don’t waste your time and money trying to take the exam just once because one exam is not enough to cancel the TSHOOT requirement after July 31, 2022.

What is the CCNP TSHOOT test exam? Does this exam count as a CCNP certification?

The TSHOOT test version is an earlier version of the TSHOOT certification exam and is used to determine the predictive ability of the exam questions. It has the same timing and covers the same topics as the final exam. Candidates who pass the beta exam receive full credit, but scores from the beta exam are not immediately available.

Candidates must wait six to eight weeks to complete the test in order to receive their scores. the beta version of the TSHOOT exam will be released on or about February 16 and will be available at a discounted price of $50 through March 26, 2022. As a planned incentive, the first 150 completed beta exams will be given away for free. Candidates may only take the beta exam once.

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