[FONT=&]I just recently passed the CCNA 200-105 exam:
[FONT=&]- Lan Switching Technology (75%)
- Routing Technology (76%)
- Wan Technology (70%)
- Infrastructure Service (38%)
- Infrastructure Maintenance (78%)[/FONT]
- Todd Lamel Sybex book.
- read it front to back.
- CBT Nuggets - Jermey
- watched all the topics covered within the book and when he told me to lab, I busted out packet tracer and lab.
A) I then went back and reread the sybex book for my annotations and the Troubleshoot part.[/FONT]
[FONT=&]B) I then white board the key element of the book.[/FONT]
[FONT=&]C) I used the CCNA exam objective as a my practice question and just from memory was able to write out the answers.[/FONT]
The problem I encounters was time throughout the exam. I got held up on a interactive question which was #38/56 with 20 minutes left.[/FONT]
I was able to find the answer for question 1/2 but the other parts I had to guess and basically was answering question rather fast for the remaining 16. I figured I had failed.
[FONT=&]The trick for the exam I think is during the lab part to document the interfaces on the laminated paper that’s provided by the testing center and the key elements you need to answer the questions that you've found.
CCENT, CCNA R/S, CCNA Cyber OPs, Security+, CySA+, CSAP+