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  1. Canadian Cisco Wannabe
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    Default Looking for Study Materials for MTA: Networking Fundamentals.

    Hello,

    what would be the best resource to use when studying for Microsofts MTA exams?
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    I dont know what is best, but both CBT Nuggets and Pluralsight have training videos. Pluralsight will be the cheapest at $30.00 a month. You can get a 10 day trial to try it out.

    I started to do this, but since I already had my Network+, I felt it would be best to skip this and go for my CCENT. IMO, I would skip this and focus on getting your CCENT.
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    Look at microsoft academy. It is free and they do have videos that go over MTA.

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