Posted - Mar 05 2001 : 03:02:31 AM
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.
Posted - Mar 05 2001 : 10:19:38 AM
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.
Posted - Mar 05 2001 : 2:17:01 PM
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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