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    Passed CWAP exam yesterday with a 85% pass. Took me 2 months of hard study averaging 2hrs a day sometimes 3.

    I used the books and practice by CWNP, wireshark and my MacBook as it supports monitor mode.
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    Awesome job! Congratulations! I didn't even know they had that one, I might have to add it to my list of certifications I would like to get. If you don't mind me asking, why did you pursue this certification?
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    Then training material goes deep into understand 802.11 frames, packet and spectrum analysis and I’m pursing my cwne so it’s a must
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    Great job, congrats Burns. I was studying this one on and off for 4 months on/off because studying Sec+ as well made me will procrastinate taking this cert. for awhile. Btw, there were a lot of cisco routing and switching questions, either wireshark analysis or not?? because I am weak of these practicing this made me procrastinate taking a test, thanks bro.
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