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    Default AudioBooks for CCNA and Microsoft.

    So i recently got a iphone that i have to say i love. i dont have alot of time to study anymore for my certs. I have my A+,Network+, and my MCTS Vista Cert So far. I work full time and currently also a full time student. So study time is limited lately. Currently only two exams away from my MCSA. I recently found a few audiobook for active directory stuff and just love that fact i can listen to them while i work or even drive to work.

    Does anyone know of anygood sites for Microsoft and CCNA AudioBooks?




    Thanks all help is appreciated.
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    Who makes the one you have now?

    Prep Logic has some audio programs, and you can rip the audio out of any CBTs you have. Microsoft has a lot of webcasts you can listen to as well.
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    The two audiobooks i bought last night are from a guy named william stanek. They are called classroom to go and are all based on the 290 and 291 exams.
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    Dynamik Looks Like Preplogic has a rather large selection of what i am looking for. They have CEH,CCNA and the microsoft exams i am looking for on books.



    Thanks A Bunch Will purchase the two for 290 and 291.
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    I didn't know William Stanek had audio books. Will have to check that out because I think his books are great. Probably the best author of Microsoft books out there in my opinion.
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