How to Finish Cisco Certification Courses

Cisco Systems Inc. is a major networking devices producing and communications technology designing company. CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate) is one of their over 50 networking certificates. With a few tips you should be able to do relatively well. The Cisco Networking Academy way described below is one kind to pass CCNA.

Steps

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    Enroll in the class.
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    Carefully read each chapter and make sure to take notes.
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    Be sure to make charts of important characteristics.
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    Make sure you have access to the required equipment, like routers, PC's and cabling.
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    The Module Quizzes do very little in helping with the test, take them but don't dwell on your Quiz score.
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    If you do poorly after taking a test, look at the course feed back so you know what you need to study.
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    Ask you instructor to enable you to see your answers so that you know what you did wrong. While it is easy to just memorize the answers, it is better in the long run to understand the concepts.
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    When you finish the modules you will have to take the Practice Final, this is a very good indication of what you will get on the Final.
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    Repeat this process for all four CCNA modules.

Tips

  • Buy a quick reference commands book so that it will be easier to configure routers.
  • Put the sub-netting chart to memory along with the OSI model.
  • Buy the questions and answers at www.pass4sure.com and learn the question/answer pairs and you pass with a probability of 99%

Warnings

  • This class is not a basic computer course, if you don't know much about computers you may want to start with a more basic computer class.

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