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Time running out....

Time running out....

Time running out....

I have until the end of February to get a test in to renew all my certs. Obiviously worked too hard to let it lapse. Been slowly working on the CCIE RS written..I have a fall back if necessary, but for my own gain, would like to get through the written.

Anyone out there have any suggestions on material? I've been reading the Cisco Press CCIE Written Exam cert guide.

RE: Time running out....

My suggestion is not to focus on the written exam, but to start to focus on the labs for the CCIE cert. Here is why....by doing the labs, you will cover the topics on the CCIE written. I have seen too many people say "I am going to do my CCIE written first" and waste 6 months studying for that when they simply could have been doing the labs and killing two birds with one stone. This comes from experience as I made the same mistake of studying simply for the written. I hope that helps.

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