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I just finished doing the ccna cisco acadamy (cisco.netacad.net).
I also did the computer hardware course.  All this was through my
school.
So I was wondering how long those vouchers are available.  Do they
purge me from the record eventually?
Thanks
Alan



Re: cisco acadamy question


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AFAIR they are valid one year, but better try to pass exam soon after
course. You'll be still fresh with your knowledge so it should be much
easier.

Was Your academy in high school or uni ?

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Re: cisco acadamy question


It was at a technical college.  I just finished reading through the
wendell odom certification library and will take the ccna soon.  If I
pass it I might go back to school for the ccnp course.  Or I might just
build a lab and buy the books and get a day job.
I'll let you all know how it goes.
Alan



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The voucher link should be accessible for up to12 months, once you activate
it the voucher code you get has an expiry date, in the order of 3 to 6
months - from what I've seen it seems to be variable.

If you sign up with the Academy Program Alumni you will never be purged
provided you log on once every 12 months.
See the link Alumni Home on the left hand menu, under Student Home.

Being an Alumni member gives you access to online Forums, Career services
(depends on country) and, most importantly, the latest Curriculum - good for
when you have to re-cert.
Also you have access to the Cert Prep Center, although anyone with a CCO
login has that these days.

Aubrey




Re: cisco acadamy question


Alright.  I signed up.  Thanks for the advice.
Alan



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