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    I got ahead of myself. I ended up stepping back and realizing that. Thanks for pointing it out.
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    I got ahead of myself. I ended up stepping back and realizing that. Thanks for pointing it out.
    np, we all get excited. I'm just a Stanger from the Internet =)
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    those of you who have taken exams here, are they difficult?
    and does the material cover all the topics to pass the exams?
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    I threw my hat into the ring to start early. We shall see.
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    no one here taken the 210-250 SECFND or 210-255 SECOPS ?
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    I threw my hat into the ring to start early. We shall see.
    I have a PDF of all of the SECFND course chapter quiz questions in an unanswered state if you want them (indexed by chapter). You can use the PDF as a practice test & then score it against the challenge answers in the on-line course. That & the official exam syllabus helped me massively on the 210-250 exam. BTW....if you didn't know, you can download all of the videos.
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    I'd definitely appreciate that whoknew, do you have a Dropbox or google share you can post? I don't start until June 20th so this would be great to start reviewing.
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    I don't start until April 2, 2018
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    Quote Originally Posted by whoknew View Post
    I have a PDF of all of the SECFND course chapter quiz questions in an unanswered state if you want them (indexed by chapter). You can use the PDF as a practice test & then score it against the challenge answers in the on-line course. That & the official exam syllabus helped me massively on the 210-250 exam. BTW....if you didn't know, you can download all of the videos.
    can you please send me those quiz and PDF of SECFND. I have also started the course and completed the first one and going to start SECFND from tomorrow.

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    So I wanted to report back to people. I failed the second exam. I don't believe it to be a skill issue but I didn't seem to understand what the SECOPS was getting at. The entire exam I was perplexed by most of it. I failed with a 792 when I needed an 825. Don't think I will be retaking because I don't like the study material and will probably wait for the actual books to come out. The study method I use for other exams is solid so I don't expect to be disappointed. They will probably allow a retake under the scholarship, I don't feel like I want to do it right now.

    Good luck to those taking the SECOPS. I don't think it is difficult so don't take my words as doom. I really don't see where the exam is for some of us. I brought up these concerns at SECFND because they are not certifying for a technology but for a job. I will be putting my thought together and see what else I can think. Really think Cisco should have waited at the minimum for the Cisco Press books to be released. Happy Monday!
    Can you elaborate any further? How is the material lacking?
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    Congratulations you have made it into Cohort 2. You are receiving this e-mail because you have inquired about starting early. I have contacted many of you, and some of you have contacted me. I am able to give you all a head start on being enrolled in Cohort 2, which will be from April 1st - June 15th. Please remember that you will be starting this cohort late, and no extension will be given.
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    "Congratulations you have made it into Cohort 2" as well
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    Anyone know if CCNA CyberOps will renew either the CCENT, CCNA R&S, and/or CCNA Security certs? Hoping it renews all three.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cbolar View Post
    I'd definitely appreciate that whoknew, do you have a Dropbox or google share you can post? I don't start until June 20th so this would be great to start reviewing.
    Send me a private message on this board with your e-mail address & I'll send you the 2 PDF's.
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    can you please send me those quiz and PDF of SECFND. I have also started the course and completed the first one and going to start SECFND from tomorrow.

    Thanks!
    Send me a private message on this board with your e-mail address & I'll send you the 2 PDF's.
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    How do you download the videos?

    Quote Originally Posted by whoknew View Post
    I have a PDF of all of the SECFND course chapter quiz questions in an unanswered state if you want them (indexed by chapter). You can use the PDF as a practice test & then score it against the challenge answers in the on-line course. That & the official exam syllabus helped me massively on the 210-250 exam. BTW....if you didn't know, you can download all of the videos.
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    I didn't even catch the 2018 in the original email
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    Send me a private message on this board with your e-mail address & I'll send you the 2 PDF's.
    do you still have the pdf for SECFND? thank you sir!
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    I'm in the current Cisco cohort and I have a question about how much the labs figure into the SECFND test. Can anyone comment in general about how much information you need to know from the labs to pass the test? Do you just need to know the commands and logs (etc) or do they require more hands on knowledge? I've been doing the labs but not taking notes like I do while watching the videos/reading and I'm wondering if I should be. I'm assuming the SECOPS test will be more hands on and more difficult.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GeekyChick View Post
    I'm in the current Cisco cohort and I have a question about how much the labs figure into the SECFND test. Can anyone comment in general about how much information you need to know from the labs to pass the test? Do you just need to know the commands and logs (etc) or do they require more hands on knowledge? I've been doing the labs but not taking notes like I do while watching the videos/reading and I'm wondering if I should be. I'm assuming the SECOPS test will be more hands on and more difficult.
    I'm on the same boat, but I actually been skipping the labs. They remind me a lot of the EC-COUNCIL iLabs. =(
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    I'm in this cohort as well. I'm a bit surprised at the amount of material. I don't know what I was expecting, but I like it so far. Though I'm finding myself a bit stretched thin trying to maintain pace on this while also working on the PTP course from eLearnSecurity and a Palo Alto course. It's only going to get worse when I start the GCIH/Netwars class in a few weeks!

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    @globalenjoi - I'm in the same situation as you. I'm also studying for Sec+ and I've had to put that aside while I'm doing Cisco. At least mine are related though, where it doesn't sound like yours are. I do like the class.
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    On section 2 of SECFND. This content, while basic, is really good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GeekyChick View Post
    @globalenjoi - I'm in the same situation as you. I'm also studying for Sec+ and I've had to put that aside while I'm doing Cisco. At least mine are related though, where it doesn't sound like yours are. I do like the class.
    I'm not yet halfway through the first part of the SECFND material, but so far, it seems like it'll be valuable if you don't yet have the Sec+ cert yet. Pretty much everything has been review for me, but it's very well-crafted review. Seems like you might be in a two-birds, one-stone kind of situation which is cool!
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    I'm finding this material to be pretty lengthy. I'm honestly spending 3-4 hours per chapter including the lab. Maybe I'm just slow. A lot of it is review for me, but I don't want to risk skimming through the material 'just in case.'
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