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  1. Member sniper_here's Avatar
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    Wink passed with 924!

    So yeay I passed today with 924!
    it wasnt so hard to be hounst.
    I have a question guys, is it worth to take CWNA after CCNA Wireless ?
    or CCNAwireless consider higher level than CWNA?
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    congrats on the great score =)

    I'm also thinking about some CCNA:specialization certs... hmm.. maybe before the CCNP? @@ dunno~
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  4. Went to the dark side.... Moderator networker050184's Avatar
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    Congrats! It's never so hard when you prepare yourself.
    An expert is a man who has made all the mistakes which can be made.
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    Nice Job!
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    Way to go! What is your ultimate goal with CCNA:Wireless?
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    Congrats, sniper_here!
    I don't know much about the two exams however, if the material for the CWNA is relatively easy for you and the exam is cheap, why not go for it? An extra certification can do no harm.
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    Gr8 score, congrats sniper!!!
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    What material did you use? How much more do I need to add to 640-721 guide? - I am almost done (the 4th time) reading it. What do I need to focus on? In the study guide- there are "key topics" - do I need really need to know these well?
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    Just like the CCNA studies - Key Topics, you better know inside and out.
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    BTW, just passed CCNA: Wireless also. I concentrated mainly on CCNA:Wireless 640-722 quick reference , after going through the Official guide at least 4 times- my brain was getting numb! (Same way I did w/ my CCNA)

    Just downloaded e-version from Safari to your PC- since there is "no" paper version yet, they probably will ask that you give your CC info. Make sure to cancel subscription after 2 weeks to avoid the fee. Took some getting used to reading books, making notes on my Laptop.
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