Study hard, the feeling of passing is AWESOME!
Network Fundamentals - 92%
LAN Switching Fundamentals - 88%
Routing Fundamentals - - 93%
Infrastructure Services - 89%
Infrastructure Maintenance - 75%
It took me 7 weeks to get certified, though, I feel I could have gotten it on week 5/6. (I've always wanted to get certified but never studied for it until May 20th, and passed on July 12th)
I think I over studied and therefore, I found the exam to be easy!
Every one says you SHOULD know your show commands, and they say that for a reason! KNOW YOUR SHOW COMMANDS! I will Start my ICND2 after the final world cup match! :D
I just uploaded a video to YouTube explaining how I studied and took notes and what I did in details.
Good luck to anyone who is willing to take the exam. You can do it! Don't forget to say thanks to the bus driver!
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I'm taking my exam in 6 hours, and I need to know whether or not I should save configs on the simlet questions(?)
I searched on google, and didn't find a decent answer. I'm sorry if this is not a quality question, I'm just too nervous and I wanna know everything before I go and take the actual exam! :D
I need some clarifications regarding registering for the cisco exams. I'm planning to take my exam on July 9th; however, because of where I live, I can't register for the exam on Pearson VUE since we don't have credit cards that supports or have 'Billing Address'. However, we do have Pearson VUE testing centers in the area where I live (Kurdistan/Iraq). So, I went to the testing center and asked them how to register for the exam without having a credit card that Pearson requires. They told me that they will register the exam for me and they will charge me extra $35 extra. So basically I will go to the testing center on Monday July 9th, and they will register the exam for me and after 15 mins or so, I will take the exam.
Do you guys have experienced this? Is it possible to register the exam before 15 mins of the actual exam?
P.S, since they will charge me extra $35s, wouldn't it be against Cisco or pearson's policies? (The exam will cost me $200 then)
Thanks in advance, your help is appreciated.