I took my CCNA in 2000. I only missed one and scored a 958. Today, I failed my CCNA. I didn't even score in the 800's. I have over 10 years experience. I work for a major service provider in the US. I read the CCNA Exam Cram book, the Cisco Press ICDN1 and ICDN2 books, completed the Cisco Press router simulation software, took between 1200 - 1500 test questions comprised from Cisco Press, Exam Cram, Pass4sure, and Test King. I scored in the 90% on ALL of those practice tests. So, what is going on? How are people passing this? Are they just lucky at guessing whatever answer the test says it is? One thing I noticed, is that there were a lot of mistakes in all of the practice questions I took. I even e-mailed one of the companies offering to show them which ones were wrong and why (of course they never responded). At one time I had passed 3 of the 4 CCNP tests as well. So, it's not like I don't know what I'm doing or have any experience. What are people using to pass this test? I thought I had the best by reading the latest CCNA Cisco Press series, but evidentally not. So, I'd like to hear from others what they're using and what worked for them. I'm highly discouraged in the Cisco Press materials and will never recommend them to anyone going forward. Any help would be appreciated.