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CCNA R&S Certification

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Someone please advise me on the easiest way of passing this rather, tricky exam. What are the best practices one can use to understand the topics in the CCNA R&S 200-120 cert guide. I find it much more difficult to read 1758 pages of this book page by page. Any help will highly be appreciated

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I have not got a cert in a long time. Last was my MCSE back in the 90's (6 exams).  I just studied, found some test questions, and did an honest assessment of myself and how well I knew the exam material. Don't just read - do real world stuff so you have something in memory to refer back to when asked a tricky question.

 

About two weeks before each exam - I invested on some paid simulators. They accurately showed how well I was doing and what I needed to learn. After taking the simulator once, I studied the material I was weak. Also made sure to keep sharp on the stuff I knew well. The key to paid simul;actors is not to memorize the answers. ONLY TAKE THEM TWICE.

 

Finally, I took the simulator again about 4-5 days before paying $370 for an M.S. exam. Then wrote the stuff down on a piece of paper I always got wrong. Then studied that for about 45 minutes before going in to take the exam. When I took the exam we were given a pen and a piece of paper for doing math, subletting, etc..... I immediately sat down and wrote everything down I had trouble with in the simulators (802.11 standards, different types of backups, specs for CAT 5, and other stuff that needed to memorized).  I studied this  in my car before taking the exam from my notes)

 

I only missed about three questions on my entire MCSE path with the 90's adaptive testing.

 

Good luck. 

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