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Feb 14th 2014

What to do When You Fail an IT Exam

We all fail at things in life. If you attempt enough stuff, you are bound to fail on occasion. Losing is a part of winning, as the saying goes. I failed my first attempt at the Cisco CCNA exam back in 2001. I’d studied for weeks but deep down knew I still wasn’t ready. I…

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Mar 11th 2015

7 Things I Learned From Failing My CCNA Exam

Although I occasionally receive a message or forum post referring to me as a “guru,” nothing could actually be further from the truth. I’m just a regular Joe who struggles to learn new concepts while running a business and raising a family. I’ve worked with and hired some really smart and talented people I’d refer…

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Sep 09th 2015

Lessons From Octuple CCIE – Neil Moore

What Can We Learn from an Octuple CCIE? I never thought I would see the day when I’d use the world octuple but here we are. Meet Neil Moore, who passed his CCIE RS in 2002 and in 2014 he passed his eighth CCIE lab exam - the CCIE Collaboration. He was previously a cloud…

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Oct 05th 2015

What’s Coming in the New CCNA Exam?

First, let me say that I’m not involved in the formulation of the new CCNA syllabus. I know people who are but they have signed a non-disclosure agreement, and I’ve not asked them for any information. As you know, Cisco updates the CCNA RS syllabus every three years. They do this to comply with requests…

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Apr 12th 2016

Whose Fault is it if You Fail an IT Exam?

99.9% of the readers of my study guides and members of my training website are very happy. Barely a day goes by without seeing a positive review posted on Amazon or having an “I’ve passed my exam” thread posted on one of my forums. Passing any IT exams requires discipline, dedication, persistence and consistency. Either…

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