Question regarding CCNA exam simulations (non specific Q)

DokudorfDokudorf Posts: 14Member ■□□□□□□□□□
I have always been in the practice of doing a "copy running-config startup-config" whenever i finished a task that i was asked to do on the routers i was working with over the summer in my internship. Is that a good practice for the exams or is that possibly going to hurt me? (even though i may complete the objectives asked will that extra 'copy run sta' command give me a "wrong" answer?)

Basically question is this:

If asked to do X

Do i do X and Y (to make sure the changes take effect in the 'virtual future reloads' of the equipment?)

Or just do X and move on to next question?

Asking becasue failed this thing 4x now with worst score being 1.1% off of failing. Along with simply busting the books from now until my next test day i'm looking for any little things that may contribute to that failing grade.

Thanks,

-Jon

Comments

  • sikdoggsikdogg Posts: 43Member ■■□□□□□□□□
    If asked to do X, I would just do X. As long as you are fairly sure that X is the correct answer.

    I'm not sure how they score the sims so to be safe keep your answers brief and to the point.
  • choingachoinga Posts: 3Member ■□□□□□□□□□
    what is the 'official' correct way to close a sim?

    Can you CTRL-Z out and write mem or do you have to copy run start or what?
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