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    Default Just Passed the ICND2!

    After passing the ICND1 back in October, I just passed the ICND2 today with a 1000/1000. If I can do it, so can you!
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    Wow perfect score!! Congratulations man!! Well done.
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    Great Job!
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    That's awesome, Would you recommend taking both tests separately or the composite exam? In taking the two tests, how much overlapp in information is there? The only reason I ask is because I have been waffling on the composite or the two test route.

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    I liked doing the two test route just because I was able to separate topics and really focus on each test respectively. Even though you are paying for 2 tests, I feel like you can focus on one, then once you pass you can focus on the other. There didn't seem to be much of an overlap. I also thought taking the two test route helped me pass the ICND2 easier because I knew what to expect coming into a Cisco exam having already taking the ICND1. But I have heard some people like taking the one test route. Its all a matter of preference.
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    Congratulations zholling10,

    I'm planning to take my ICND2 in January 2015. Please advise if there was any Subnetting on the exam.

    I checked the Exam Objectives on the Cisco website and I didn't see them. I just want to make sure so that I don't put much effort into studying it.
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    Congratulations!
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    bhekin,

    There wasn't subnetting like there was in the ICND1 but you should understand subnetting enough to pass the ICND2.
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    Nice score, congrats man!
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    BTW, what resources did you use?
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    koz24,

    I used Todd Lammle's CCNA book which includes flashcards, labs, questions, vocab, anything you can think of really. It also had a few MicroNuggets in the book from CBT Nuggets so I would watch those. I also was doing this for a senior project at college so I had access to live equipment in some of my networking classes as well as plenty of PacketTracer labs that students in the past created to help others pass the CCNA. I also would create my own simulations and practice that way. As well as get with a study group and work out simulations together that helped. And I also volunteered as a Networking Tutor on my college campus to help beginning networking students with their material so that forced me to be on top of my game. I also downloaded a subnetting app on my phone to practice subnetting whenever I could.

    I know that's a lot but I just wanted to be sure I covered everything.
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    Congrats!! I plan on taking my ICND2 in January 2015 as well.
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    Congrats! Any plans to pursue the CCNP?
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    Maybe eventually. I actually took a job doing software development after I graduate but I am wanting to get into the networking field once I can. So maybe a little down the road.
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    do seperate tests, the combined is sooo much harder to study for.
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    Awesome Score Great Job!!!!
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