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which ccna module needs special attention !!!

Discussion in 'Routing & Switching' started by Bunchuza, Feb 26, 2005.

  1. Bunchuza

    Bunchuza New Member

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    Hey guyz need your input again, which of the four ccna modules do you consider the most difficult, and if you were to advise sum 1 to concentrate on one which one would it be, the thing is i have completed my ccna 1,2,3 and have realized that there some modules that they dont cover, in the exams !!!
     
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  2. Sandy

    Sandy Ex-Member

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    IMHO ALL of them! Having sat this exam and just failed I would say that the exam covered everything in depth. You need to have a deep understanding of all the material and be able to work quickly. CISCO exams don't have a review option once you press next you cannot return. :dry :blink
     
  3. tripwire45
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    tripwire45 Zettabyte Poster

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    The modules build on one another. You won't be particularly successful on a more advanced module if you don't take the earlier ones. Also, as Sandy pointed out, you will need a good understanding of all the CCNA material to pass. Don't short change yourself.
     
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  4. Chris Bryant, CCIE

    Chris Bryant, CCIE Bit Poster

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    Also, keep in mind that just because your exam doesn't ask you about a certain topic, that doesn't mean that you don't need to know about it for your job .. and your job interview.

    NAT is a good example. I know many Cisco CCNA "total exam coverage" books that hardly say anything about NAT. Would I hire someone who had never heard of NAT or didn't know what it did? No.

    Keep the long-range view of your career in mind, and study all the material thoroughly. You'll be glad you did.

    Best of luck!

    Chris Bryant
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