Posted - Mar 13 2001 : 03:29:22 AM
Some Qs in the exam seemed worded just as they it had been described in Sybex ,CCNA by Todd Lammle .I found it better than even the student book I got along with my course .Ofcourse ,someone else cd have a diff opinion .All The Best .
Posted - Mar 21 2001 : 6:46:00 PM
I personally like to by three different publishers and use them in conjuction with each other. It may seem redundant, but I have found that each book is typically easier to read or more detailed on certain topics, and by using three different publishers I gain the strengths of each.
I used this method to pass both the CCNA 2.0 and the CCDA exams on the first try.
Anyway, the publishers I use are: Ciscopress, Sybex, and Syngress Media/McGraw Hill.
Posted - Apr 28 2001 : 2:30:51 PM
I used Cisco Press 1st and 2nd yr companion guides and made an 892. I used no other resourse.
Posted - May 07 2001 : 7:50:08 PM
Definitely a good idea to have more than one source of info. But it's a fairly easy test. But if you're new to the field, definitely get more than one. If you can get 2, do Sybex and Cisco Press.
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