It’s better to keep things simple when studying for the exam instead of doing a lot of unnecessary distractions. You can easily make the study journey easy by keeping it simple. One way to do that is to break it up into small manageable chunks rather than trying to cram everything in one day. You’ll be surprised at just how much important information you can get from a Cisco training course if you learn in small chunks. In this article I will give you a simple step-by-step process to help you prepare for the CCNA Exam and get the answers you are looking for from your Cisco Training course.
The first thing to do is to decide what skill level you are on. If you are a beginner I suggest going with the easy route. This will allow you to breeze through the material and gather all the necessary information without any problems. On the other hand, if you are an advanced user and have been working with Cisco equipment for quite some time then you might want to go with the medium level. This will allow you to gain more technical knowledge about networking and other topics important to Cisco exams.
The next step is to prepare for the questions that you are sure to face. Cisco Institute has put together a packet of FAQ’s that cover almost every possible question that will appear during the entire examination. You can find the packets here. Some of them will cover important topics that you may not be aware of while others will cover completely different areas. Most of the packets include notes and explanations of what you should do. You can also find out the correct format for answering the question depending on who will be grading the exam.
Once you have done this you need to get ready for the actual Cisco Exam. First of all take note that you will be given a set amount of questions that must be answered within a set amount of time. So, if you want to ace the exam you must be able to answer all of them within the time frame. During the exam you will see three types of displays. The first two are the written Durante (or written question) and the response Durante (or response question).
The written Durante is usually shorter and easier than the response Durante. This is mainly because the response Durante requires you to answer a lot of questions in order to receive a passing grade. The written portion of the exam requires you to demonstrate your basic knowledge of networking in order to pass. As such the topics and information you will be covering during the exam will be less detailed than the topics and information covered in the CCNA.
The other part of the exam is the written abandonadas Durante. This is basically the questions that will test you in your understanding of networking terms and their meaning in relation to real world situations. As such, this section will be more involved than the previous one. Some topics that will be tested in this section are cable diagrams, IP addressing and routing, intrusion detection, VoIP (voice over internet protocol) systems and WAN bridging.
Once you have passed this section you can now look at the rest of the exams. As such you will see that they differ from area to area. In addition to this there will be other things such as practical tests which involve actually working through a Cisco system and labelling various systems. There are also lab exercises and tutorials. Once all these things are finished you will be able to start your certification journey.