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    Passed with 860. Sweaty palms. I watched CBT nuggets series complete roughly twice, read the terrible OCG, labbed tons with ASAv's in gns3, and have a decent networking background. Didn't have any problems with buggy questions luckily. Good luck to all testing.
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    Congrats! It is always good to hear that people are passing! What is next?
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    Thanks. Jamm1n, CCNP: R&S, then CCDP. CCNP: Security is not so easy for home study! Maybe with the right employer in the future.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fearoeire View Post
    Passed with 860. Sweaty palms. I watched CBT nuggets series complete roughly twice, read the terrible OCG, labbed tons with ASAv's in gns3, and have a decent networking background. Didn't have any problems with buggy questions luckily. Good luck to all testing.
    Congrats on the pass, did you find many questions that were not covered in any of your studies? I've seen on a few forums this has happend! Sitting my exam in 2 weeks time - hopefully I have the success you do!
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    Thanks. Plenty of questions that were not covered explicitly in books but needed either hands on knowledge or an educated deduction. I felt the SEC+ exam and CCNA R&S were excellent primers for this exam. Ultimately though, get as much practice setting up the objectives material as possible. Best of luck on your exam.
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    Congrats man!
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