Passed CCENT in first attempt having score 935

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Apr 14th, 2008

Hello all,

I attempted CCENT ICND1 on 11-April 2008 early morning, I successfully completed the EXAM and scored 935 out of 1000,

The Exam was tough, and I completed 10 min before,

Before it, I was attempting CCNA 640-801 for last 3 years,,,huh, but I unfortunately failed in 3 attempts,

First I attempted for 640-801 in 2005 then 2 times in 2007,

Then I planned to complete this in parts, and I successfully completed my CCENT,

The story behind my score (which seems good) my previous knowledge and practice on devices,

Looking for 640-816 ICND2 very soon,



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junshah22 Mon, 04/21/2008 - 19:52

It seems,,,,,,, peoples are not participating well in discussion as compared to earlier,,

jrensink78 Tue, 04/22/2008 - 06:24

Nice score! Good luck with your next test. I passed the CCNA using the 2 test method myself a few years back. Keep plugging away and you'll get there.

glenn-mchenry Thu, 04/24/2008 - 12:06

I am currently studying for CCENT. I have been around and managed basic routers and switches for several years. Which books/resources did you use. I currently have the ccent by Sybex, as well as the CCNA Flash cards 3rd edition. I also have access to several routers and switches but they production so my use is limited.

junshah22 Thu, 04/24/2008 - 21:14

Hi Glenn,

I used Cisco Press (CCENT ICND1 book) by Wendol Adoms, I will suggest you to read this book,

secondly, use any simulation program like, BOSON simultor etc, if you don't have full access to your Routers and Switches or you hesitate to configure such things because they are currently in Production

I would say, READ EVERYTHING, Don't leave anything,



celticfc2007 Thu, 04/24/2008 - 23:50

If the CCNA Flash Card book, is cisco press. Its a good book, I didn't really use it myself much, but the CD contains about a 200pages in pdf that is not in the printed book. Those 200 pages are really good, kinda a condensed notes of the entire CCNA.

And the Wendell Odom book mentioned is the way to go, most people that use that book seem to ace the test!

Good Luck!


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