[c-nsp] Question about the CCNA and CCNP certification

Marko Milivojevic markom at vodafone.is
Mon Sep 10 08:44:44 EDT 2007

Hi guys, sorry for rude intrusion, but can I kindly ask you to continue
this discussion on some forum more suitable for certification talk.
There are few excellent ones on GroupStudy.com, for example.

Let's keep this discussion list for what its meant. Thanks.

Kind regards,
Marko (CC this and that #18427).

-----Original Message-----
From: cisco-nsp-bounces at puck.nether.net
[mailto:cisco-nsp-bounces at puck.nether.net] On Behalf Of Quinn Kuzmich
Sent: 10. september 2007 12:16
To: Raymond Macharia
Cc: cisco-nsp at puck.nether.net
Subject: Re: [c-nsp] Question about the CCNA and CCNP certification

THIS RIGHT HERE.  I'm working on my CCSP, and I've noticed that each
test builds on what you learned in the prior test.  Not so much on the
CCNP, but do NOT skip something even if you find it boring.  You
_will_ see the material again, and you dont want that sinking feeling
in your stomach during an exam.


On 9/10/07, Raymond Macharia <rmacharia at gmail.com> wrote:
> A hint on doing the Cisco certification exams and passing!!,
>  Do not skip any exam, yes its boring doing binary and hex while you
> be building some complex network solution with BGP etc but something I
> learnt is that with each exam passed the next one is usually easier
just by
> the fact that you get to understand Cisco's way on answering the
> Also items covered in the more advanced exam usually has the
groundwork set
> in the earlier exam and this goes all the way to CCIE.
> Moral of the story, there are no short cuts.

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