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  1. Junior Member tboe's Avatar
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    Default Passed Sans GCIA

    Not as good as I would have like to do, due to test anxiety lol but completed the exam with 82% about 3 weeks ago. I made sure I

    would Post my Experience here being that this site helped with guidance with this one and also my other Certs. Went for a Live

    Training Earlier this year in Texas and as a bonus from my manager also had on demand Content for 4 Months. I did not bundle my

    exam because I do not do well with time restraints and plus I like to move at my own pace with any exam that I pursue. Most

    Definitely a good challenge with this one, however with consistency I think anyone could Nail this one. I pretty much attended the

    live training, read deeply through the material once, and used the on demand to touch areas I needed extra Work on. GL to anyone

    that's in pursuit of this one.. any suggestions on a good follow up sans exam to this one??
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    Congrats on the pass, I'm working through on demand now. Did you have any IPV6 on it? The audio recording I thought I heard mention that it wasn't covered for the test but I may have misheard it.
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    Congrats!!! you did it
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    yes, I did see IP6 but not that much, cover it and make sure you understand fully because you could have a great deal of IP6 questions
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    Thanks....
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    Congrats, 503 is a beast.
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    Im currently in the class and they have double the amount of books than any other Sans class Ive taken
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    GCIA is definitely a beast. Congratulations!
    "You tried your best and you failed miserably. The lesson is, never try." - Homer Simpson
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    Congrats! I'm starting the class today in Denver.
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    GCFA is a really good cert as it compliments the host based forensic that network forensic usually needs.

    Since you have pass GCIA, I am curious how u had performed for ur day 6 initially and if ur able to analyze the day 6 ftp shell now that given u have pass the exam. Its a more of an out of your curiosity for me to better understand how well do passing the exams will translate directly to the lab hands on.
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