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September 11, 2019, 04:23:36 PM
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I am about to give my CCNA exam next Saturday and have studied hard for 4-5 months for it, more specific for exam ICND2 3.0 200-105. I have downloaded video courses, paid for them, downloaded different labs scenarios and finished them. What is the final touch in these 10 remaining days that I can do in order to be sure I will pass it ?
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I would recommend doing past exam papers. Last year, 2 years ago, 3 years ago, 4 years ago, 5 years ago
and most importantly try to be consistent, making sure that you know your things and get a good result every time.

I also found this which may be useful:

To meet the CCNA certification skill level, you must be able to understand or do the following:

Install, configure, and operate simple-routed LAN, routed WAN, and switched LAN and LANE networks.

Understand and be able to configure IP, IGRP, IPX, serial, AppleTalk, Frame Relay, IP RIP, VLANs, IPX RIP, Ethernet, and access lists. Hopefully you remember to do subnet calculations

Install and/or configure a network.

Optimize WAN through Internet-access solutions that reduce bandwidth and WAN costs, using features such as filtering with access lists, bandwidth on demand (BOD), and dial-on-demand routing (DDR).

Provide remote access by integrating dial-up connectivity with traditional, remote LAN-to-LAN access, as well as supporting the higher levels of performance required for new applications such as Internet commerce, multimedia, etc.
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September 11, 2019, 08:19:06 PM
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For a final I guess a pass4sure? Smiley

I've taken some test sometime 2012, not a CCNA though but pass the COMPTIA test, its a simple certification just to show of to my employer I qualify for my position in the computer lab. For CCNA, this is a time pressure exam so make sure you have all the circumstances ready, I bet you have studied it with packet tracer too.
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September 17, 2019, 06:08:33 AM
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I have done all of the above and I reach a score of more than 83% in practice exams. Passforsure is an old one, I have used certexams ,bought premium file from prepaway and I have learned with Gns3 which is muchc better than packet tracer as packet tracer miss some commands. I guess I am good to go.
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September 17, 2019, 07:08:19 PM
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It would be good if you were looking for more updated tests, at least from 2017-2018, there are pages on Facebook where they are very good and give many recommendations there, questions and answers of good level arise. When I presented my test, I always prepared that way.
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September 19, 2019, 02:46:41 AM
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I am about to give my CCNA exam next Saturday and have studied hard for 4-5 months for it, more specific for exam ICND2 3.0 200-105. I have downloaded video courses, paid for them, downloaded different labs scenarios and finished them. What is the final touch in these 10 remaining days that I can do in order to be sure I will pass it ?

Make sure you understand the 7 layer ISO model well.  If you just learn the acronym, you will run out of time.
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September 19, 2019, 03:03:05 AM
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Took CCNA1 and CCNA2 many many years ago and what I remember was that the first one was a lot about theory, explain this and that. The second one was focused more on the practice you have, so basically was Cisco IOS OS commands and troubleshooting.
Again I'm talking about exams 10 years ago probably now the things are different.

Is routing and switching included in your materials?
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September 25, 2019, 01:33:23 PM
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I have CCNA 1 and 2 and took them back in 2016 but I can remember clearly that CCNA 1 was kinda easy but I learned a lot at home and never skipped a class. CCNA 2 was a little bit tricky but I have to admit I took it from 2nd shot because practice was never my strong point and after this I gave up on 3 and 4 on that year. You need to make a lot of single practice , paper tests , working under pressure with a timer near you because as far as I remember before final test you have CCNA 1-4 test and only after this you will have the cisco main test who can be harder and tricky in questions.

You have to dedicate a lot of your time for the 3-4 , 1-4 and final test this is the most important thing.
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September 29, 2019, 02:53:15 AM
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I am about to give my CCNA exam next Saturday and have studied hard for 4-5 months for it, more specific for exam ICND2 3.0 200-105. I have downloaded video courses, paid for them, downloaded different labs scenarios and finished them. What is the final touch in these 10 remaining days that I can do in order to be sure I will pass it ?

Make sure you understand the 7 layer ISO model well.  If you just learn the acronym, you will run out of time.

I meant OSI.   Smiley

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OSI_model
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September 29, 2019, 03:24:01 AM
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I have done all of the above and I reach a score of more than 83% in practice exams. Passforsure is an old one, I have used certexams ,bought premium file from prepaway and I have learned with Gns3 which is muchc better than packet tracer as packet tracer miss some commands. I guess I am good to go.

 I'd be very confident if I get 83% +, make it your quest. There are only few people who got to the top being CCNP and then move to CCIE.  You'd have something to really be proud of even with just CCNA.

Packet tracer was like a kids simulation but it was very helpful that time. a better one has come up then GNS3. Tell us, can the knowledge to engineer the networks be used in Blockchain?
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