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How to pass the CCNA Exam

If you have found your way to this page, it is likely that you are already familiar with the CCNA certification exam. It is a vendor-specific test that covers the fundamentals of network administration and management.

Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) is an abbreviation for Cisco Certified Network Associate. In addition to the standard CCNA exam, there are now other specialty examinations, such as the CCNA Security exam and the CCNA Cloud exam, as well as others.

Prior to the introduction of all of the additional varieties of CCNA, there was the original: CCNA Routing and Switching certification. This test was highly comprehensive in that it addressed both fundamental and advanced concepts at the same time.

At some point, the folks at Cisco decided to give candidates the option of splitting the CCNA exam into two parts: Part I and Part II.

  • CCENT is an abbreviation for Cisco Certified Entry Network Technician.
  • CCNA is an abbreviation for Cisco Certified Network Administrator.
  • Take the combined test and earn your whole CCNA certification in one sitting, or take the two tests separately and earn your certification over a longer period of time. If you are concerned about your ability to complete the entire test, dividing it up is a great alternative to consider.

There are a variety of methods by which you might get the necessary knowledge to pass the examinations. There are a plethora of boot camps available to teach you everything you need to know. Most of these boot camps are really expensive, which is why I am not a huge fan of them. If you are OK with the cost, or better yet, if your company is willing to cover the cost of the Bootcamp, you will surely be more equipped after completing the course. Many boot camps will also cover the cost of the exam as part of the package. Also common is the provision of some form of pass assurance. Essentially, this means that you can either retake the test at no additional cost or take the class a second time without having to pay a fee.

A self-study approach is unquestionably a possibility for this exam. A wide variety of books and online video courses are available to help you prepare for this examination. offers a free video course that I recommend.

One of the advantages of boot camps is that the instructors frequently have a good understanding of the types of questions that will be asked on the examinations. The instructors receive regular feedback from their students, which they use to tailor their classes to ensure that they are teaching the specific knowledge that will most likely be tested on the exam.

However, there are some excellent online resources that will allow you to get a feel for the most recent CCNA exams that have been released. These sites are a combination of ethical teaching sites and test dump sites that are a little bit on the shady side.

If you are conducting self-study and want to get a good sense for the types of questions that will be on the test, there is just one website you should visit. This website is well-known throughout the Cisco community, and it will ensure that you are well-prepared for the CCNA exam by providing sample questions that are extremely similar to those that will be found on the actual test itself. The website in question is

I have no idea why the website has such an unusual name, but I can attest to the fact that it exists. The questions and answers provided by are so similar to those that you will discover on the actual exam that you will be shocked at how similar they are. The website contains test questions and answers, and some people claim that they have passed the CCNA exam by simply studying the questions and answers. I believe that this is most likely correct.
If you put in the effort to learn the content and are familiar with it, will supplement your knowledge and ensure that you are well-prepared for the questions you will face on the exam.

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Evangeline Christina is a Cyber Security Enthusiast, Security Blogger, Technical Editor, Certified Ethical Hacker, Author at Previously, he worked as a security news reporter in a reputed news agency.