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I took my Polmorphic Assessment lab this morning, and it felt good to be doing a full lab even if it was small. I was very rusty, forgetting to draw out my layer 2 topology, and missing the little things as I went through the lab that I should have caught right away. I even forgot to print out the lab diagram. Overall though I thought the lab was excellent for what it is meant to do. The time allocated was around 4.5 hours. I had a few comments before that it really shouldn’t take me that long, but I knew better 😉 I ended up skipping the last section just because I was so fried just trying to recall everything for the core section. I should of had points almost everywhere, but just like the real lab I didn’t have everything correct for each section. My score was dismal. Which I honestly expected since it has been almost eight months since I have done anything other than a technology focused lab.

The score report was nice at the end, breaking down each section and showing me what I should of have configured. They also break down each section to list which product you might want to consider to help sure up that area. I fought with the wording on some of the questions. I thought they could of been a little bit more precise as to what they wanted you to do. Overall, I think it is an excellent tool to assess your current skill set and maybe just to humble some of us on how far we need to go. Maybe the rust just needs a few more labs to completely fall off.

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