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Cisco CCDA Practice Exams
« on: January 20, 2015, 07:00:12 PM »
Check out CCDA practice exams here:
http://www.certexams.com/cisco/ccda/exam-details.htm

The practice exams have 200+ most relevant questions with answers. Flash cards provide detailed explanations.

A few sample questions are available here:
http://www.certexams.com/cisco/ccda/questions/ccda_q1.htm

Exam cram notes is available here:
http://www.certexams.com/cisco/ccda/study-notes-ccda.htm

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Exam Number:                     640-864 DESGN
Number of Questions:           50 - 60 questions
Duration:                             75 minutes
Available Languages:             English, Japanese
Register:                              Pearson VUE

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« Reply #1 on: March 25, 2016, 12:09:48 AM »
Well I did the VCE exam today.
And I went very well to much of my delight.

And almost all the study i did was practise exams, and it was extremely helpful. The great majority of the questions on the exam today seemed to be taken out of the practise ones. Just changing a name here or there. It was fantastic study.

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Re: Cisco CCDA Practice Exams
« Reply #2 on: April 13, 2016, 10:09:58 PM »
Though never used VCE, heard that it is a good exam engine. For a candidate trying to make a career in networking, one should prepare thoroughly and understand the subject. It is not just passing the cert, making a career is important.

My suggestion: study using study guides, use practice exams, take some mock tests, have some hands on experience (using simulators such as ccna netsim) and whatever means available.
Just remember: you are going to be a valuable asset to the company that hires you!

Good luck!