January 26, 2009, 9:00 AM — Anthony Sequeira, author of CCIE Routing and Switching Exam Quick Reference, shares tips and advice for passing the CCIE R/S Written Exam, including 3 classic mistakes exam-takers make.
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"What I like best about CCIE R/S Written Exam is the level of difficulty," says Anthony Sequeira, author of CCIE Routing and Switching Exam Quick Reference. "The written exam ensures students have achieved skills well beyond the CCNP level."
Words of wisdom: Be passionate in your pursuit of the CCIE. It is an incredibly difficult journey, but well worth the sacrifice!
Who should read this book? This book is an excellent resource for those students that are close to taking the CCIE R/S Written Exam.
What can readers expect to learn? Readers can use this resource to review all of the key principles and concepts needed to pass the CCIE R/S Written Exam.
Keys for success