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    Default Need to pass CCDA in about 2months?

    Any suggestions?..I have a lab and experience. Any good material. I hear its a lot of theory.
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    Admittedly, I'm curious, as I'm sure others would be. . . why the rush? This will help posters determine how to advise you.
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    Default Re: Need to pass CCDA in about 2months?

    Quote Originally Posted by kenny504
    Any suggestions?..I have a lab and experience. Any good material. I hear its a lot of theory.
    kenny,

    there's loads of theory in this exam. when you say lab experience do you mean network design or techy stuff?

    I'm currently studying from

    CCDA Official Exam Certification Guide (Exam 640-863) (Hardcover) - out now

    Designing for Cisco Internetwork Solutions (DESGN) (Authorized CCDA Self-Study Guide) (Exam 640-863), 2nd Edition comes out on 17th October 2007 which I may or may not get depending on how my prep is going!

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    My employer want me to get it like now. Company's paying for materials and everything just want to find out what's the best out there.
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    The 2 books I mentioned are the main resources but the exam pre req's are:

    "CCNA level knowledge and BCMSN level knowledge is needed to prepare for the CCDA certification exam. "

    ........so the BCMSN books from Cisco Press are also probably a good idea to glance over.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kenny504
    My employer want me to get it like now. Company's paying for materials and everything just want to find out what's the best out there.
    kenny504,

    Given the time constraint, the "Designing for Cisco Internetwork Solutions (DESGN) v2.0" course through a Cisco Learning Partner. Unfortunately, due to the unknown factors of your background and learning rate of new material, it may not be enough to pass the 640-863 DESGN exam.

    Do you have your CCNA certificate?

    Source:
    1. CCDA-Career Certifications & Paths - Cisco Systems - http://www.cisco.com/web/learning/le...type_home.html
    2. Designing for Cisco Internetwork Solutions (DESGN) v2.0 - http://tools.cisco.com/E-Learning-IT...COURSE_ID=5027
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    One day...

    I have studied for one day and I am going to pass.... I'm not kidding...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Abigaille
    One day...

    I have studied for one day and I am going to pass.... I'm not kidding...
    Good luck, not the preferred method but hey what ever works for you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Abigaille
    One day...

    I have studied for one day and I am going to pass.... I'm not kidding...
    Let us know how you make out
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    I passed! 910/1000!!! wHOOT! I'm smart.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Abigaille
    I passed! 910/1000!!! wHOOT! I'm smart.....
    Im curious to as what kind of material you use.
    Photographic Memory up your sleeve?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Abigaille
    One day...

    I have studied for one day and I am going to pass.... I'm not kidding...
    Hmmm, in another thread you stated you went to for training and did pre study work, doesn't sound like 1 day to me

    Congrats on the pass
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