CNSE Exam Study Guide Rev B - Pass Mark

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CNSE Exam Study Guide Rev B - Pass Mark

L2 Linker

I am cracking on with study for the CNSE exam but on reading the latest release of the study guide have got a bit confused regarding the pass mark.

In the Rev B of the study guide the pass mark is shown as 60% but in the original release it was set at 100 questions in 2.5 hours with a pass mark of 70%.

Has it been reduced?

The FAQs on the education schedule are still for the old 3.1 exam as show 60 questions rather than 100 so just trying to see where the bar has been set prior to walking into the exam.

On another note how have people found the new 4.1 exam?  - i know my stuff just suck when it comes to sitting in the exam room!!!

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The pass score is 60%, with 100 questions and 2.5 hours allocated as the test duration. I am working to update the FAQ's to reflect this information as we speak...

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The pass score is 60%, with 100 questions and 2.5 hours allocated as the test duration. I am working to update the FAQ's to reflect this information as we speak...

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Great, thanks for the clarification. Will see how i go!!

L4 Transporter

Hi Roblimmer,

Just gave the exam yesterday and passed it.  It was indeed tough.  Makes you think a lot regarding the product whilst testing your network security knowledge as well.

The passing is 60%. 

Thanks for that.

Going for it in the morning.

After studying for a while decided to just go for it, i hate exams as know how to do the job just find it harder to remember the facts and figures.

Fingers crossed!

Good Luck mate... you'll be good..!!! :smileyhappy:

Where is the study guide located?

All done - i see what you mean now!

Cracked it anyway so on to the next one.


What did you study?

Congratulations Roblimmer...!!! :smileyhappy:

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