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    I passed the SISAS this week. I got a 930/1000. I could help provide some insight to the topics you'd need to focus on for the exam as much as I can without breaking the rules.
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    Congrats on the pass! How difficult did you find the exam?
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    So I used the cisco press book, cbt nuggets and a bootcamp from global knowledge so If I didn't pass there is something wrong haha. Simulations were easy if you are familiar with ISE.
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    That is great! Congratulations!

    I've being making a concerned effort to start my SISAS journey (Unfortunately, I don't think SENSS will even be released this year) if I put in 2 hrs on work days, 6+ on weekends, how long would it take to sit for the exam?

    I will incorporate ISE with our live-production during my studies so I can extract the most information out of it
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    You should be able to tackle it after 1 month tbh. Just try to incorporate 802.1x in a lab and mab.
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