Are you ready to take the CCIE Routing & Switching v5 Lab Exam? Put your skills to the test with INE's CCIE Routing & Switching Graded Practice Labs!
These labs are proctored, graded, and reviewed by renowned instructor Dave Smith. Upon completion, attendees will become familiar with the lab exam environment and able to evaluate their level of readiness for the actual CCIE R&S v5 Lab Exam.
INE offers 4 different Online Graded Practice Labs which will provide multiple opportunities to test your exam skills and preparedness. These labs are developed exclusively for this Graded Lab Practice environment. You will not find these 4 unique lab scenarios in any of the other RSv5 training content.
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CCIE R&S Graded Practice Lab Overview:
Day 1 of your practice lab features a live online video session beginning with an overview of the practice lab exam, including instructions on how to set up a full-scale rack using Cisco VIRL, followed by the assigning of a unique full-scale CCIE Routing & Switching v5 practice lab exam. Immediately following this introductory period, students will complete their lab exam independently through access to a virtual full scale rack, have support directly from Dave during their lab time, and then submit their results for grading. Exams must be submitted by the end of Day 1 of the practice lab.
Exams will be graded during the live session on Day 2, with scores and a step-by-step review of the exam. This live online lab exam walk-through with Dave will facilitate the opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of test results to analyze and improve performance.
Note that the CCIE R&S Graded Practice Labs are designed to be equal to, if not more difficult than, the actual CCIE Routing & Switching v5 Lab Exam. The lab's guidelines must be strictly followed in order to properly simulate the actual Routing & Switching v5 Lab Exam.
|Upcoming Scheduled Dates||Location|
|September 4 & September 7, 2018||Online Lab #4 (GMT -4)|
|November 5 & November 8, 2018||Online Lab #1 (GMT -5)|
|November 6 & November 9, 2018||Online Lab #2 (GMT -5)|
|January 2 & January 4, 2019||Online Lab #3 (GMT –5)|
|April 15 & April 18, 2019||Online Lab #4 (GMT -4)|
|April 16 & April 19, 2019||Online Lab #1 (GMT -4)|
|May 28 & 31, 2019||Online Lab #4 (GMT -4)|