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CCNA test passing percentage?

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I'm prepping for the CCNA test.  On a practice test program I purchased, I'm generally hovering around 80% at first go around (then near 100% when I repeat the tests, but I'm sure the cert test won't let you repeat it for a better score ;)
Does anyone know what the passing grade/percentage is for the CCNA test?  I wonder if I'm in the ballpark at 80%, or if I need to 'bone up' some more before testing....
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Its 84%

Try shooting for a score above 90% on your practice tests before you attempt to take the test.
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Doh!.......hey, any chance they'll grade on a curve?
(back to the books, then...)
thanks!
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I doubt it :)

Just to clarify, passing score is in the "3 digit" format so its more so 845 as the passing score.  Like I said, if you can consistently get over 90 percent on your practice tests, you won't have a problem.

Good luck!
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i passed semesters 1 thru 3 with around 80 to 90 as my final marks and my test scores ranigng from 75 to 95... its easy man, hell im taking it again at college for no reason other than to get 100.
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