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 Post subject: Cisco Exams Help Please
PostPosted: Mon Sep 09, 2013 8:57 am 
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Hello,
First of all if i am posting to wrong section please help me to put it in right subsection.
Here is my problem:-
I've read from Google searches (Some leading to this site) that a lot of people have self-taught Cisco and then taken the exams.
What I don't understand is how the book systems work and how they lead onto one another.
For example there is 100-101, 200-101, 640-554 etc but I can't find exactly which order one should begin and the order they go through.
Right now I just want to start learning and get some qualifications under my belt and see where that leads.

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SuperNetwork




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 Post subject: Re: Cisco Exams Help Please
PostPosted: Mon Sep 09, 2013 11:54 am 
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Hi SuperNetwork,

SuperNetwork wrote:
I've read from Google searches (Some leading to this site) that a lot of people have self-taught Cisco and then taken the exams.

It is absolutely possible to self-learn the knowledge required for Cisco exams, especially at the lower end.

SuperNetwork wrote:
What I don't understand is how the book systems work and how they lead onto one another.
For example there is 100-101, 200-101, 640-554 etc but I can't find exactly which order one should begin and the order they go through.

100-101 - Is the new ICND1
200-101 - Is the new ICND2

After the ICND1 you can take an exam which will give you the CCENT. Then study ICND2 and take the exam which will give you the CCNA
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Study both ICND1 and INCD2 then take to composite exam - 200-120

For a lot more information, than I could ever include here check out https://learningnetwork.cisco.com

SuperNetwork wrote:
Right now I just want to start learning and get some qualifications under my belt and see where that leads.

If you want to get started check out http://www.freeccnaworkbook.com which has a wealth of information available. Obviously it is no substitute though for the Official Cisco Press Books



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