Cisco CCNA Certification: The Importance Of Hands-On Practice
CCNA candidates hear about the importance of hands-on practice - but why is it so important? Chris Bryant, CCIE #12933, tells you!
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CCNA and CCNP candidates hear it all the time: you have to get some hands-on experience to pass the exams.
Candidates tend to think thats just so they can solve the simulator problems, but thats only the more obvious reason.
First, I want to make it clear that Im not bashing learning from books you have to learn theory before you can really know whats going on in the first place. The key is that to truly understand routing and switching processes, youve got to have that hands-on experience.
So if the simulator questions are the more obvious reason to get hands-on experience, what are the less obvious reasons?
Glad you asked!
You see what happens when things dont go according to the script. One of the biggest problems with learning your skills on software programs such as router simulators is that with simulators, things go pretty much as planned.
I have news for you: that doesnt always happen in the
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