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    #26
    I have to say that after digging into this cert more it seems pretty neat, have you put it on the back burner for now or are you actively studying?
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    I was thinking about doing it next after my MCSA and CCNA Security certs were out of the way. Seems like a good one to have.
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    #28
    Quote Originally Posted by PCTechLinc View Post
    I just checked my Skillport portal that I access through school (WGU), and that isn't the course. That is for the previous version of the CCDA, which is also known as DESGN 2.0. The current version is 3.0.

    I did like the CCDA content through Skillsoft, but I still haven't gone through any practice exams yet. I also have the OCG, which I thought was good in content. Still haven't progressed as quickly as I would like, but my MBA studies are running behind as well. Need to progress more with that before I do alternate studies.
    If you have CBT nuggets I wouldn't stop the video content at the NA level. ARCH has 13hrs of training. I am current blasting through those. At some point I will decide to buckle down and snag up CCDA.
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    #29
    I just passed 200-310 about an hour ago. The passing score is HIGH, VERY HIGH. I can't possibly see how they think it's appropriate to have a passing score that high.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CheesyBread View Post
    I just passed 200-310 about an hour ago. The passing score is HIGH, VERY HIGH. I can't possibly see how they think it's appropriate to have a passing score that high.
    cool.
    What materials did you use?
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    I am glad to hear this is on cbt nuggets, I have a work corp account for that site, and I have terrible trouble reading to study.

    Someone at my work just passed this recently, and was extremely open about how ambiguous the questions are, which I interrupted as Cisco "Best Practice" material but it sounded like the DA / DP are more based on deployments of networks rather than just configuration and troubleshooting of LAN / WAN technologies - Is that correct from what you have read in the OCG?

    I plan to study CCDA simultaneously with CCNP materials, as I'd like to have it out of the way once I finish CCNP R/S, so I can move right into ARCH studies.

    Any input is appreciated from yours or anyone elses experience!
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