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    Question CCNP wants to skip CCDA study for CCDP

    Hi guys,

    I'm finishing my CCNP R&S this month and I have plan to start design adventure. I'm so excited.

    But I have the idea to skip the study of 200-310, study CCDP materials and take the two exams in a short time.

    What do you think about that ? Is the 300-320 features cover everything seen inside 200-310 ?

    Denis
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    There's bound to be parts that builds on the ccda. There's no harm in studying for ccda but not actually sitting the exam, then moving direct to ccdp
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    My bad, I misunderstood. You will have to sit the ccda exam to get ccdp, so you will need to study it in my opinion as it will build on it for the ccdp. It will expect prerequisite knowledge without a doubt
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    Yeah I know that I must take the CCDA exam to get access to the CCDP one. It sounds CCDP is hard enough, so maybe the better thing is to read the CCDA books, take the exam and then read CCDP books and take it afterward.

    My goal is to achieve CCDP, I just wanted to avoid reading 1k pages of CCDA if all the features are remembered inside CCDP stuffs
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