Q: What is the new CCNA and why is it being implemented in this way?
Answer: Cisco answers these questions. To get a more personal answer, you can also ask questions in this official Cisco thread.
Q: What happens if I don’t have the time to complete both ICND1 AND ICND2 by the deadline?
Answer: Your preparation and knowledge will be valuable for the new CCNA 200 -301. It will also be helpful for new CCNP tracks.
Q: What if I don’t have time to prepare for the examinations yet?
Answer: Most of the material in ICND1 can be translated to the CCNA 200-301. It will save you time and help you avoid wasting your time. This will allow you to prepare for and schedule your new CCNA exam faster. It is possible to concentrate on ICDN1 with diligence, discipline, hard work, and a minimum of 30 days to earn a CCENT. It’s fine to have that cert on your resume.
Q: What if you have completed ICND1 already and have CCENT certification.
Answer: Congratulations if you have successfully completed ICND1. You can now pass ICND2 by February 23 to get your CCNA certificate. It usually takes around 30 days to prepare. However, it can be done faster if you are willing to work hard and get it done.
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