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ccna self study 7 years 1 day ago #32273

  • laawaris
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hi all,

i am wanting to take my ccna certificate soon. the problem is that i have studied the material a while ago and get bogged down reading the same material again. how can i avoid this. i really want to get this certificate and i am motivated. CAn anyone guide me??
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Re: ccna self study 7 years 1 day ago #32280

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No simple way to avoid it...if you want to refresh your memory then you'll have to review something.

If you're trying to avoid rereading the chapters then I suggest that you review notes and study guides, that way you'll only be reading the facts rather than a story-line that contains facts (which is what a book contains). Then just add some hands-on lab work to make it fun.

One strategy that I use is to read information from numerous sources (i.e.: different books and web sites) until I'm sick and exhausted of reading the material.
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Re: ccna self study 7 years 21 hours ago #32284

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One way to avoid the bore is to try and solve questions/quizes/exams from a legitimate source, and checking the correct answer immediately after you solve each question. I find out that once I reach two or three questions that I can't solve, my head gets hooked and I start the digging of extra information here and there to see why I went wrong, it gradually becomes much more interesting to me.
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