Ask your instructor - there's no reason why he/she should not have previewed
the Final Exam - I assume that's what you mean.
Hint, each of the four semester Final Exams have around the same number of
I always tell my students how many of each questions type there is - I use
the exam to test their knowledge not to see how they cope with surprises -
besides which we usually weight the Skills Based Assessment much more than
the Exam anyway - but that's up to your Academy's policy not me.
How tough is it - well if you have a reasonably thorough knowledge of
NAT/PAT, DHCP, ISDN, Frame Relay & PPP and have done the labs it's not that
difficult to get the 80% pass we require, but if you don't have that
knowledge then ....
You would be better off reviewing the curriculum and the e-labs instead of
sweating administrative stuff you don't know - unless you're preparing an
excuse for failing - I assume that you got to this stage of the course
legitimately, in which case just apply the same effort to CCNA 4 and you'll