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Hi,
I am planning to take my CCNA exam in 6 weeks target time, can someone
suggest me as to what is the best way/resources to prepare and clear
the exam.


Re: required CCNA prep guidance
vikas_dhawan@rediffmail.com wrote:
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Dito.
I'm searching for a good strategy to prepare, hopefully someone can give
us some advices.

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Re: required CCNA prep guidance
Well, it could be that it's kinda clich=E9, but studying is still the
best way for a succesful certification. The way you study can be
different for your own preferences.

I myself got my certificate by first studying the companion guides of
Cisco Press. (1&2 and 3&4)


Second option is studying the INTRO and ICND apart from each other, and
then taking the both exams. Keep in mind that when you do them apart,
you'll get the double amount of questions... (as much questions on
INTRO and ICND as you would take the one CCNA exam...)

After studying those both books, I got my hands on a Sybex book, CCNA
Fast Pass. That is not complete, but it gives you a very nice overview
of what is important for your certification. :)

Hope this was a bit helpful

Kind regards,=20
Koen


Re: required CCNA prep guidance

Koen Eeckhoudt wrote:
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If you join this site(its free)http://www.puzo.org /
and follow this link they have the alot of good advice-being a paid up
member of rapidshare is a big help!
http://www.puzo.org/index.php?showtopic=3D87317&hl=3DCCNA


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