CCIE Pursuit Blog

October 22, 2007


I stumbled across this on GroupStudy (the original question concerned study materials):

As a side note a new highly successful approach that we (Internetwork Expert) are recommending to certain candidates is taking only 5 or 6 full scale labs but doing them 4 or 5 times each.  Then during the last week or two before the real lab taking 2 or 3 additional full scale labs and doing them once or twice each.  This approach should get you to the point where you can do any of the 5 or 6 labs within 4 hours and be able to complete the additional 2 or 3 labs within 5 to 5.5 hours.  You would be amazed at the amount you can learn by doing a lab more than once.  Plus one of the big benefits with this approach is that you gain speed and accuracy (accuracy = correct configuration the first time around) which is important in passing the lab.

Brian Dennis, CCIE4 #2210 (R&S/ISP-Dial/Security/SP)

There were posts requesting more details, but I guess that I’ll have to wait until next week to get more details as I am not subscribed the the GroupStudy mailing list (I don’t have the time or inclanation to sort hundreds of emails a week- I already do that at work 🙂  ).


1 Comment »

  1. […] Cisco, Cisco Certification, Internetwork Expert, Internetwork Expert Volume II A while ago I posted about Internetwork Expert recommending that some candidates repeat a set of Volume II labs …as an alternative to completing all of the Volume II labs.  Here are the specific labs as […]

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