I went through the CCNA classes between Oct 2002 and February 2003. I have yet to take the exam but plan on doing with the next week or two. Has the test changed since then? If so, what's new so I can cram for the changes?
Last November was the last update to the CCNA exam, but Cisco is preparing a new set of CCNA exams (aimed at people with little or no networking knowledge, so this probably doesn't apply to you). If you studied for exam 640-607, you're still OK. If not, you'll want to visit one of the good CCNA prep sites like CramSession.com and bone up on differences between the 640-507 and 640-607 exam.
If you're on target with your dates and you did prepare for 640-607 (which you should have, given the November release date for 640-607,) you should be OK.
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