Sometimes to pass you need fail, not because you don’t know but maybe you didn’t get the point to understand the question! There were some Traps, but this time i passed!
I’ve updated my study notes here
The first feeling i have in mind is frustration! After read Juniper Networks Design Fundamentals (JNDF) courseware, and did practise test (passed with 80%) i was confident to take exam JNCDA (JN0-1100) and pass.
I reviewed my exam twice, before submit it i closed my eyes !After i read Failed, i closed and opened my eyes again looking for a different result, but it didn’t come. But against the odds i failed, Yes! I failed with 66% (70% to pass).
Something went wrong at Pearson VUE Center, because i was not able to see my detailed report or received a printed copy about my weaknesses (areas). After open a ticket requesting a detailed report, Pearson VUE spoke out saying it’s not possible have a detailed report and this is not a case of a future enhancement!
Sorry, but this is what i call a bad user experience!
Anyway, I would like to say thank you Julie Wider for the opportunity.
Now it’s time to wait 14 days to take this exam again. I leave my notes here if you want take this exam soon.
I´m excited with the latest announcement from Juniper about Design Track Certification, probably one of the most wanted and was until here a gap in Juniper Program (JNCP).
This will have two levels like the others Professional and Specialist, and split in Data Center, WAN and Security Track.
Design exam track
• JNCDA is the entry-level (Q2 release) certification to a larger certification track focused on network design, no prerequisite certification required (highly recommend JNDF, network
• Data center Specialist level exam coming in Q3
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