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hi! i wonna prepare for the ccna and i'd like to know if getting some courses at school could really help?? By the way, is there a lot of math in it? 'cause i'm very good in math.
Dean, I'm sure taking any kind of course would help you in passing. As will having strong math skills. However, from other posts I'v read, math isnt a huge part of the test. Sorry.
Getting Hands On experience on routers by taking a course is a great idea.I had done so myself and it has helped me a lot.Rather than studying out of a book ,this gives an indepth knowledge abt routers esp if u r new to it .BTW,Math ain't there ...Lots of TCP /IP tho ' which wd be quite simple for u.All the Best .
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