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ccna study structure 8 years 8 months ago #24922

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i have a little question.

im a third year telecom undergrad and im trying to joggle my 640 802 together with my studies.
my question is,how do i structure my ccna studies?like do i read the whole book first and work on the lab simulations??

sory for the newbie question,just want to draw a plan before beginning.


thanks
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Re: ccna study structure 8 years 8 months ago #24925

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I'm doing CCNA currently and do the reading then the relevant lab work. That way, it reinforces the theory that I've just covered.
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@ stevep 8 years 8 months ago #24929

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thanks
im learning to use packet tracer,do you think its good?
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Re: ccna study structure 8 years 8 months ago #24932

Hi there,

I must agree with SteveP, you need to practice in order to understand and learn what you are reading.
Packet tracer is quite good and also have a look at Boson NetSim

Good luck with your studies!
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