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    Default Ccna cyber ops cohort 6

    Hey are you guys ready for cohort 6. I'm Ready to go!!!!!!!!!
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    I am also starting cohort 6 and am scheduled to sit the CCNA Security Exam on the 4th of April. Got a busy time ahead of me. Good luck with your studies.
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    Also in cohort 6, currently going through the SECFND material
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    Knocked out module 1 yesterday. Mostly review for me but for the less experienced or new to IT, this looks like quality training IMO.
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    Good luck all the best!
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    Are you guys using any other materials to study. I originally planned on using just the e-learning material but I'm starting to think I might need something else.
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    I have bought the official cert book (only for the first part so far). By a quick look I would say it is copying the course topics, but I didn’t have a time to take a deeper look yet.

    I have a saved conversation somewhere from linkedin cisco netacad group, where they are discussing what is needed more - I think they mentioned that the mentors have some documents that are able to fill gaps in certain areas.
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    Cohort 6 member as well.
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    Cohort 6 as well. Should be fun!
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    I'm on cohort 6 as well. I just purchased both books from Cisco press. Good luck all!
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    Quote Originally Posted by McElhinney View Post
    I am also starting cohort 6 and am scheduled to sit the CCNA Security Exam on the 4th of April. Got a busy time ahead of me. Good luck with your studies.
    How'd it go?
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    How'd it go?
    It went really well and I passed on first attempt! I am so glad that I can now dedicate all my time to Cohort 6.
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    Quote Originally Posted by greg9891 View Post
    Are you guys using any other materials to study. I originally planned on using just the e-learning material but I'm starting to think I might need something else.
    I bought the official cert books. Got them when they were on sale for 50% off. I haven't started just yet, but will be soon.
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    I'm debating getting the cert books too. I've completed a few of the section modules already, and while this is quality study material, there were a few questions on the chapter assessments that I feel that the training did not cover in-depth - which is a good thing because I learned a few new things by looking it up on external sites. I'm curious if the cert books cover these few gaps.
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    I'm just using the study materials. Already blew through the first 14 modules. Now I'm going to go back and go through the labs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoJoCal19 View Post
    I bought the official cert books. Got them when they were on sale for 50% off. I haven't started just yet, but will be soon.
    I bought the 210-250 book, and realized that while very informative, it covered A LOT that was not on the exam. I didn’t even bother with the 210-255 book. And my buddy who did cohort 5 with me said the 255 study guide had just as much filler.

    Just an FYI
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shane2 View Post
    I bought the 210-250 book, and realized that while very informative, it covered A LOT that was not on the exam. I didn’t even bother with the 210-255 book. And my buddy who did cohort 5 with me said the 255 study guide had just as much filler.

    Just an FYI
    Very Interesting............I'll probably hold off on getting books for now. I'm Almost finished with module 1.
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    Quote Originally Posted by greg9891 View Post
    Very Interesting............I'll probably hold off on getting books for now. I'm Almost finished with module 1.
    Honestly you really don't need it. With your certs you'll be more than fine. The provided material is more than enough. Make sure you attend at the very least the exam prep mentor sessions.
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    I am going to spent more time on labs then videos
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    For the first exam, I'm just using the supplied e-materials. A lot of the stuff is review for me anyways. For the second exam, I may purchase the supplemental materials. Looking forward to being able to get the first exam out of the way, renew my CCNA R&S, and move on to SECOPS.
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    I would like to know if cyberops scholarship will grant me if I am a third party customer, partner, vendor, supplier, or service provider, currently doing business with Cisco?
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