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About to take the ICND1

I finished the sort of crash course I took on the CCNA over a month ago but due to work haven't been able to buckle down and give studying on my own enough time until now. I was originally going to take the Combined test but since I'm pretty much totally new to this domain it's probably best to split them up... there's a ton of information to remember.

So I remember being told the exam was 50-60 questions with about 2-5 labs. Does that go for the combined CCNA test, meaning that the individual halves are only 25-30 questions and 1-3 labs? If so, that would be sweet. But I don't think that's the case is it? Based on what I'm seeing online. Would that mean the combined test is twice as long, or the same length with just different questions?

I've gone over Lammle's book twice now... the second go around made me understand things better. Although tbh I have caught a few minor or careless mistakes or errors in his book. Like some of the information wasn't consistent or he forgot to include some steps in the step by step labs. But the fact that I'm able to notice that is a good thing, I guess.

I've been taking these practice quizzes sent to me by the people from the class I was taking and am getting around 80%. Problem is, there's lots of errors in the quiz questions themselves (wording as well as outright wrong "right" answers in the multiple choices), something they owned up to as being "possible" once I confronted them about it. I feel like whoever made these quizzes wasn't putting much attention into it. It's really annoying, because my scores are lower than they'd be normally, and thus not a good assessment of my readiness/preparedness for this exam And there's questions that I now don't know if they're right or not, which throws me off. Also, the quizzes have questions from both INCD1 and 2, further skewing things.

Anyone know of some solid practice exam questions?

I feel like I have the concepts down pretty solidly, it's just the multitude of little commands that I gotta memorize.. especially for the labs. That's what I'm nervous about.

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