How to Network Tip of the Week #54 – 18th September 2008
Welcome to the fifty fourth www.howtonetwork.net tip of
Banish Cisco Exam Nerves Forever
The first person to use the Cisco exam hypno audio passed
his CCNA last week.
I just got back from the test centre where I passed CCNA on
the second try! With 928!…. 2-3 hours study a day and
loads of prep tests. Finally the CCNA Hypnosis mp3 was
great kept me calm so I didn’t make any stupid mistakes!
If you are not listening to the hypno audio then your exam
success chances are going to be negatively affected:
Well done to Calvin Carroll who is a Cisco Academy student
and passed his CCNA using this site.
Danny Freeman passed his CCNA with an impressive 93%
Kristian McGuire passed his CCNA
We are looking to develop a special Cisco Academy study
section on the site and then CCNP.
CCNA Simplified – Out Now
If you haven’t ordered your copy yet then it isn’t too
late. The first run of copies are now in the hands of
their proud owners.
Members get a special price plus an extra 10 hours rack
time when they invest in a copy.
CCNA Students Interviewed
I have interviewed another successful CCNA student who
passed recently. There are now two podcasts for you to
listen to and gain valuable study tips.
Pass Your CCNA in 60 Days
The pilot team have started the full 60 day programme and
are providing valuable feedback at the moment. We should
be ready to launch the full system this month. You can
CCNP Boot Camp
Last 2 seats available for our CCNP boot camp in the UK.
CCNA Exam Scores
It appears that the CCNA exam score has moved from 849 to
pass down to 833. But don’t think it is any easier. There
are several questions within questions sections as well
as several non-marked questions put in my Cisco for
Cisco Exam Syllabuses
We have added clickable Cisco syllabuses to the site. This
means you can follow your study time in line with how
Cisco are going to structure your exam questions.
I have noticed that there are a couple of areas which
they appear to have left vague and there are a few other
areas which we don’t have labs for (such as RSTP+). I
really don’t think you would ever be asked to configure
some of the stuff they are asking for in the exam but we
will endeavour to add more content nonetheless.
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