Round 1 Results – list of competitors who advance to Round 2 finale Posted 25 August 2016 Cisco Networking Academy NetRiders Asia Pacific and Japan 2016 CCENT Competition Below are the Round 1 NetRiders CCENT competitors who are invited to advance to CCENT Round 2 finals on Thursday, 15 September, 2016. According to the rules, up to five (5) top scores from each participating academy with up to 20 participants and up to ten (10) top scores from each participating academy with 21 or more participants who also have a minimum 60% score after Round 1 are invited to advance to Round 2 on 15 September 2016. If your academy had more than 5 or 10 students compete in Round 1 but the list below does not have 5 or 10 students listed from your academy, it is because: •There were not 5 or 10 students from the academywho met all the eligibility requirements(see Official Rules for details but the key for CCENT was currently enrolled in or have completed in the last 10 months a level 1 or 2 CCNA course and they could not have competed in CCENT competition in 2015), and/or •There were not 5 or 10 students from the academy who scored the minimum 60% scoreon the Round 1 exams For more details on all the rules for this competition, as well as the frequently asked questions, please visit the Asia Pacific and Japan regional page on http://www.AcademyNetRiders.com. Proctoring is required for Round 2 and all those on this list from Australia, Fiji, Indonesia, Japan, Myanmar, Nepal, New Zealand, Philippines, Sri Lanka and Vietnammust complete a task by Monday, 5 September on the competition page selecting the instructor who will proctor Round 2. If an instructor at your academy is not listed, you need to follow the instructions on the task to get your instructor to get added to the list. Please note that some countries will have designated locations for Round 2 participation and if you are in a country that requires participating at a designate location, you will be contacted by Cisco staff in your country.All those on this list from Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea and Thailandwill need to go to a designated location in their country to be proctored for Round 2. An email will be sent with location and times. NetRiders Asia Pacific and Japan
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