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Congrats on passing!

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Congratulations! Well done on to the next

5 points · 13 days ago

Odds of passing, nothing is impossible. Odds of actually retaining information or passing technical interviews with employers highly unlikely.

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Hi everyone,

I wanted to do a quick post to follow up passing my A+. The main reason of the post is to encourage you experienced folks out there wanting to pick up the A+ to validate your skills.

Little about me, I have been working IT since I was 16 (I am soon turning 23). I will be enrolling into WGU for my BS and the A+ knocked out 8 credits from my curriculum. Itook both 901/902 the same day and passed with 820/817. This Reddit thread was very helpful so thank you all that post your post exam threads. I only used Mike Meyers udemy videos and pratice exams for both exams.

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congratz on passing and welcome to the club of people who dont just say they have skills but demonstrate it!

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Original Poster1 point · 17 days ago

Thank you brother

So I just recently passed my 901 and I think where people usually get tripped up is section 4 of the exam objectives. If you haven't looked at them yet, exam objectives list will let you know what you need to study in certain areas. You should have received a print out from the test facility on what sections you missed rather than specific questions. Look over any section that you see you missed a question on and if you missed multiple in a section I would advise maybe rewatching those videos over the section. Also, my favorite thing to use was practice exams. There are a multitude of free practice exams out there that can really help you feel more confident going into the certification exam.

Good luck!

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Original Poster1 point · 17 days ago

This is very good advise. I highly recommend doing this and reviewing the areas you are weak in. This will almost guarantee you passing. I saw a lot of questions regarding printers, laser printers to be exact.

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Good wuestuon. I am also interested in knowing this. My thoughts are perhaps if a company got bought out, outside NAT would help the merger process without having to rearrange the smaller company's Network infrastructure.

3 points · 1 month ago

Congratulations man. A pass is a pass!

If you are aiming more windows sysadmin type of role, try looking into Microsoft certs. I know those are very well respected and help you in the eyes of HR when applying for jobs.

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Hey guys, just a few weeks back I took ICND1 and failed with a score of 760. Like most who have failed, it took a big toll on my self-esteem and confidence but that only lasted a few days or so and then I was right back at it again.

I will be approaching my 400~ hours of study time in the last 6 months between watching Chris Bryant videos on udemy, Neil Anderson CCNA on udemy, Odom's book, labs on gns3/packet tracer, Boson Exsim practice exams and this subreddit.

This time around I am feeling confident that I will ripv2 it a new one!

Update: It's a pass! Scored 846 cutting it close but what better way to live life then living on the edge lol. Again, this subreddit was very crucial when it came to my study time and looking for better explanations on certain protocols and labs, so thank you all. Please feel free to ask away.

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Good luck taking the test today!!! Fingers crossed!!

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Original Poster2 points · 2 months ago

Used up some of that luck

Good luck!

Don’t stress about it, just relax and be confident with what you know. You got this!

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Original Poster1 point · 2 months ago

Thanks bud!

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Congrats bud and nice score as well!

Hey, KazukiS79, just a quick heads-up:
alot is actually spelled a lot. You can remember it by it is one lot, 'a lot'.
Have a nice day!

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sounds like alot of work.

I have a crazy theory and recommendation for you. Have you ever been hypnotized before? If not, I encourage you to do so. You might learn a few things about yourself and perhaps your previous life that only your subconscious mind can only recall.

Yes, those sound like minor episodes of sleep paralysis. For some people, avoiding sleeping on their back helps prevent it from happening.

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You are right. However, I've had one episode that I can remember from sleeping on my stomach. This one turned out to be one of my worse ones since it was the first time I felt fear and with a hallucination or presence next to me.

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