It would help if you could find some practice tests to try before the exam. Books and training help allot, but some ambiguous questions can fool any one. Since you said you've done CCNA 2, I guess you are an academy student. So you probably have done allot of questions. If not, check these free tests:
If you seeking for additional material that can help you prepare for your exam, you might want to check out on Examcram's latest practice questions for the CCNA 640-802.
It's a brand new title (April 2008) we are currently reviewing (John Walters is on it) and it really looks worth its money. IT has over 300 questions and 170 pages with detailed answers that will ensure you are not left scratching your head. Apart from the CDROM that's included, it comes with a neat CCNA Cram Sheet that contains everything you need to refresh your mind with, before you enter the exam room.
It should be available on the book shelfs by now and you can find it online using its ISBN number: ISBN-13: 978-0-7897-3714-4 by QUE Certification.
I purchased the CCNA Self-Study Guide for the Intro640-821 exam and also the ICND 640-811. It was a double pack with both books. Now I bought these awhile ago and now finally have the time to study and get my CCNA.
Can I still use these books as a solid study guide? I figured the information surely hasn't changed that much, and the slight changes that have been made I could review before the exam.
Secondly, what route is better ...taking the double exam or the single? I have been contemplating which exam set to take.
Thanks for the book recommendation Chris. I think I will add this to my study aid before taking the exam.
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