jrs91 wrote: »
I'm wondering what else is missing from the Cert Guide?
mikej412 wrote: »
Look for BSCI failed threads where the person only used the Exam Certification Guide and see what they complained about not being prepared for....
Also notice that in those threads someone will usually point out that you should read the BSCI Authorized Self Study Guide first to learn the material and then use the Exam Cert Guide as your exam review and prep book.
Other will go on to suggest the Cisco Press Lab Portfolio books since working "hands on" helps reinforce the information in your brain. Plus, as you've seen, it points you to things you should know (or would be nice to know).
And I'll usually toss in that you should always read the exam blueprint and check off the various topics as you think you've mastered them, and use the Cisco Documentation to find what's left unchecked.
Various other suggestions for successful BSCI study include reading Doyle's Routing TCP/IP Cisco Press Book(s) and/or using Chris Bryant's "The Bryant Advantage" material. Chris is the TrainSignal CBT Instructor. There are also the CBTNuggets if you're a "video person."