Takin CCNA Wednesday........

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Just finished to instructor led course.  Todd Lammle the author  of CCNA
Study guide %th Edition is a Hoot.  The book is well written and easy to
follow.  H e seems to have a dislike of Bill Gates.  A few references to
that fact in his verbage.   what a card.

well wish me luck

Later




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arggggggggggg 753 ............


I WILL KICK IT ASS NEXT TIME




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753? wots that  mean?
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MY SCORE




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yea i know that but what is it out of? 1000? or what?  ihave never taken a
CCNA so i dont know the marking system..


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The required pass score for the CCNA is currently 849 out of 1000, although
your attempt is scored between 300 and 1000.




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the unlucky that u didnt pass dude.. good luck next time u take the exam :)

Miller


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What areas / topics did you find the most difficult.  Let us know and maybe
we can advise.


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I dont want to break the NDA so I will be vague.  I spent too much time on
the Simulation.  25 minutes or so.  I gave up on it so I know I did not get
it right.  I had 1 minute to answer the last 8 questions.  I gave the first
4 a quick look and gave them  my best shot... but the last 4 were just see
how many answers they wanted and click on that amount of boxes.  I think I
did well considering.

I will not go the Test King route.  I want to know this stuff so........ I
am going to borrow a few 2600 routers and a few switches from my school
tonight. (last class of semester) and work on labs all next week( summer
break) and then the week back I will take it again. The sim was on VLANs and
I thought I knew my stuff but the pressure got to me and I froze up.  Didn't
think the basics out and wasted time pursuing configurations before I had
all the info I needed (Subnetting etc).

I didnt break it down  and kept going back to see what configuration I
needed to do next.  I was a difficult sim ... not just ip address and
routing.

I had no experience with routers 2 months ago when I started the CCNA class.

BTW , is it true that if you dont get the sim right you have no chance of
passing.


 




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Well, I Boned up one of the SIMS on the composite (CCNP recert) exam and
still passed, but did not score well.   Now that you've seen an exam, you
will know better how to prepare.  Just dealing with the testing environment
is half the battle for some people.   If you have specific questions on
topics or specific subjects that are giving you trouble, ask the group for
help.  You may always email me offline if you want.  feedback AT
family-george DOT com

Good luck.


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No, the sim(s) are the only question(s) that you can get a partial score
for - all other questions are binary, i.e., all or nothing - I don't have
the source of this info to hand but it was from a Cisco staffer on an
official forum somewhere.

And I can confirm this because last month when I did my CCNA re-cert I
didn't complete the sim (OSPF troubleshooting) - the bits I did do I know
were correct -  but still got 934.

Aubrey




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Ty aubrey.....I spent so much time on the sim thinking I had to get it right
that I shorted myself on time for the rest of the test.





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Wasnt able to borrow the router and switches.....alls well though the sim
has its limitationa but will suffice for CCNA..

Have been hitting the books hard and practicing VLAN's.  Different switches
have different ways of settin them up.

I know how on the 1900 and 2950....  will that be enough for the 640-801 ?
A little knowledge of NAT will help too.

Nothing on NAT in Todds book.  Booked for Sept 2.  I will prevail ......THIS
TIME.....




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On 8/24/2005 7:31 PM, SmAfDiBoY wrote:

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should be enough, however if you want to be really complete study about
the 3500 series too.

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best of luck, let us know how it goes....



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Well, I've taken it twice - and scored an identical 770 each time.  Got hung
up on a couple of the sims (last exam had FOUR) and ran out of time.
Practice, practice, practice...




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*** 870 ***

this white boy passed.


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I am interested in pursuing a career in routing....what cert should i go for
next.

I would like advice on setting up the least expensive router and switch
network....both cisco and other vendors.

what model would be the most usefull in training right now.




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