Cram tips anyone???

iwannaknowITiwannaknowIT Posts: 111Member
Gonna retake icnd2 on the 5th...for the 4th time...I'm passing this time!! But can anyone give me suggestions on a type of cram schedule I can perform to sort of put the icing on the cake. I've pretty much killed the theory,but would love to know of any notes that would aid my knowledge and what type of lab procedures I can perform to really nail it down...I've been on the grind with the books for a minute,but I'm open to suggestions for tackling this beast...Thanksicon_study.gif

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  • iwannaknowITiwannaknowIT Posts: 111Member
    Wow...almost 30 views and not one reply??? I know ALL views can't be newbie like myself..lol
  • dsgmdsgm Posts: 228Member ■■■□□□□□□□
    Im studying for the icnd2 myself, so im reading the wendell book to help me, passed icnd1 with videos and studying and labs so doing the same with this.
    Good luck, hope you pass.
  • SteveO86SteveO86 Posts: 1,423Member
    Relax a few days the exam to calm you mind. Go into the exam confident.

    During the exam take your time read the question, all the answer. Spend a few minutes verifying the labs.

    Knock it out of the park bud!
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  • jdancerjdancer Posts: 482Member ■■■■□□□□□□
    Good luck on your attempt. Did you lab, lab, lab until you can do it in your sleep?
  • SpencerClarkSpencerClark Posts: 29Member ■□□□□□□□□□
    Also.
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  • iwannaknowITiwannaknowIT Posts: 111Member
    jdancer wrote: »
    Good luck on your attempt. Did you lab, lab, lab until you can do it in your sleep?

    I have done a bit,but someone suggested I build a lab,give it to one of out IT guys,let them "break it",and I get it operational again....
    Sounded like a winner until you find out how busy these guys REALLY are...
  • DoubleNNsDoubleNNs Posts: 2,013Member ■■■■■□□□□□
    Well, you have a few more days. Maybe just practice commands until then since you haven't done too much labbing.
    I wish I could help more, but I'm currently studying for the CCENT as opposed to the ICND2.

    Good luck! Go in confidently and don't forget to update us when you pass this time!!
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  • iwannaknowITiwannaknowIT Posts: 111Member

    Just had to come back and give you a thumbs up for the flashcard page...thnxicon_cheers.gif
  • networker050184networker050184 Posts: 11,962Mod Mod
    If you need to cram you probably aren't ready for the exam. At this point you either know it or you don't. Relax and knock it out.
    An expert is a man who has made all the mistakes which can be made.
  • goldenlightgoldenlight Posts: 378Member
    Don't like cramming. Its best to know the material


    I'm not scheduling the test till I'm tired of taking practice test and labbing.
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  • iwannaknowITiwannaknowIT Posts: 111Member
    If you need to cram you probably aren't ready for the exam. At this point you either know it or you don't. Relax and knock it out.
    Was just looking for something similar to a "shoot around before the game".... Nothing serious,just a warmup
    Thanks...
  • silverp1silverp1 Posts: 124Member
    I reviewed the glossary of Odom's book for terms I may not have known or weren't that familiar with. If I didn't know the term I looked it up and read a bit more about it. I found it helpful - there is usually more than one term for a concept, this way you'll be familiar with all of them.
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