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    Default INE Practice ROUTE exam just smoked me like a rolled blunt!

    I couldn't believe how gigantic the topologies were for this exam, and was completely fried after it and got up and let my brain defrag a bit, and came back to go through each question answer explained.

    After a few of the explanations by Keith Barker, this is like study gold. He does a flawless job of pointing out gotchas, introducing different ways of doing things, and how to zero in on what is important with the questions / answers.

    I think I am going to hit this exam daily, study any topics I am rusty on until go time a week from tomorrow, if you didn't know this existed within INE (must have all-access pass?) than you should check it out!
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    Good luck.

    his review series is like a sore dick. You cant beat it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ande0255 View Post
    I couldn't believe how gigantic the topologies were for this exam, and was completely fried after it and got up and let my brain defrag a bit, and came back to go through each question answer explained.

    After a few of the explanations by Keith Barker, this is like study gold. He does a flawless job of pointing out gotchas, introducing different ways of doing things, and how to zero in on what is important with the questions / answers.

    I think I am going to hit this exam daily, study any topics I am rusty on until go time a week from tomorrow, if you didn't know this existed within INE (must have all-access pass?) than you should check it out!
    I thought it was Keith Bogart that does the INE series?
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    Yeap, Keith's stuff is very good. Had the same revelation when studying for SWITCH.
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    Yes, their practice test is very good, probably harder than the real exam, at least I'm hoping. LOL
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    This whole thread made me laugh.

    Even funnier because it was posted on 4/20
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iristheangel View Post
    This whole thread made me laugh.

    Even funnier because it was posted on 4/20
    Actually.... that was yesterday.
    While you do smoke both crack and weed you might have had some of the former if you still haven't slept
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iristheangel View Post
    This whole thread made me laugh.

    Even funnier because it was posted on 4/20

    I am glad at least one person got the reference! And yes, Keith Bogart is correct, I myself was just fried from work and a practice exam so for some reason I thought of Keith Barker

    I've come to terms with the fact that I can't transition from intense foundation studies to exam room with ROUTE, there is going to need to be a period of exam preparation / review, and it needs to be less intense than bull rushing my way through the initial video series.

    So I am going to push exam date out, slow it down a bit so I don't feel like I'm in a haze every day from constant work / study, and continue to hit practice exams and review topics I fall short at.

    That practice exam gave me a whole new respect for those who legitimately passed the exam, and whole new disdain for the coworker who puts CCNP R/S in his email signature when he never held the certification at any point in his life


    @ shortstop I sure as **** hope its easier as well, if Keith gets to draw traffic flows and circle routers we need to focus on in his practice exam videos, I should be able to draw on the monitor in the exam room!
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