BSCI Exam First Try: Failed

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I failed for the BSCI exam and failed. It was harder than I thought. But, trying to being positive, I know now my weak areas:
  • IPv4 to IPv6 migration schemes,
  • multicasting (router config interpretation),
  • OSPF special areas (NSSA,..),
  • LSAs propagation boundaries,
  • BGP authentication,..

I’m quite satisfied with the exam content though. It covered almost every topic they mentioned on the syllabus.
I need to get back to study. I’m planning to re-take it very soon.


Keyboard Banger

Keyboard Banger is a network engineer from Africa. He has been working in network support and administration since 2008. He started writing study notes about certification exams and technology topics a couple of years ago. When he's not writing articles, he can be found wandering on technical forums.

1 Comment

Aragoen Celtdra · 23/02/2009 at 20:20

Sorry to hear. You seem to be a smart person. I’m sure you’ll get it next time.

Try to use the comeback promotion from pearson to see if it will allow you to take the second attempt for free.
http://vue.com/cisco/comeback2009/

By the way, I added your blog to my blogroll.

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