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    Default How to get 900/1000 - Shiv Shankaran Nair

    How to get 900/1000 in CCNA exam, please share your tips.

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    Wild stab in the dark here





    Study....
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    You take your common sense and your coat, and leave, Mr.Robot255! We'll have less of that around here, thank you very much!

    Seriously though, there's no tips other than learn.
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    Get braindumps and forget the answers the next day. Then look like a fool in an interview.
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    why 900? The passing score is 825 I believe. As the others have said, study hard.

    The score is never the goal for me. The goal is to pass
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cisco Inferno View Post
    Get braindumps and forget the answers the next day. Then look like a fool in an interview.
    How does DNS work?

    B! The answer is B! Something about DNS and an IP address or something.

    I always find studying to understand works for me. It's not just to pass a test for me. It's so I can understand and with some questions you can think your way through it.
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    Oddball question of the day goes to...

    Why shoot for 900/1000 and not 1000/1000. I am seriously asking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PC509 View Post
    How does DNS work?

    B! The answer is B! Something about DNS and an IP address or something.

    I always find studying to understand works for me. It's not just to pass a test for me. It's so I can understand and with some questions you can think your way through it.

    True. Its almost harder to use braindumps.
    If you really enjoy the material, you should have no problem wanting to learn more and more.
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    Lol Lol!!! Just study hard and you will pass
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