My first Cisco academy test

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So now I understand what everyone means when they say the choices are
worded to seem really similar.  

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That's not aim although it may seem that way - the options are to ensure
that you understand and can distingiush between the concepts.

Attempt the end of chapter Quiz before you read anything - that will give
you a taste for what's important.
As the hands-on labs and Packet Tracer labs increase, read these completely
before doing them so again you get to know the important concepts.

A common trap for new Networking Academy students is that they feel that
they have to read *all* the curriculum first. That can be boring and
tedious - it's online material with hyperlinks - jump around - check out the
glossary - focus on the graphics and interactive activities - do the quiz
(many times) - if you are doing a CCNA Exploration course, then try the
"Test Your Knowledge" questions at the end of each chapter whenever you feel
like it. It's your choice how you navigate through a chapter - that's what
makes Academy learning so powerful and personalised.

Aubrey



Aubrey



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My instructor uses books by Wendell and Knott - th first one is
"Networking Basics" - and the book itself says that it covers more
than the online  chapter.  Since I already have knowledge from  taking
a graduate level TCP/IP class, my concern is that I might be wasting
time reading and reading and reading. So,  I am wondering whether I
should get Wendell's CCNA Official Exam  Library book and read that
only (though I would do the labs from the lab manual assigned to the
class I am taking aside from my own study using Packet tracer
software)  and not read the chapters from the text book assigned to
the classes at my college and just aim to take CCNA exam (not CCENT)
ASAP.  As far as I know, The CCNA official Exam Library is 2007
version.    Is that the latest one available for that book?


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