I've just started Studying to take the ICND1 exam and noticed today they're retiring it August 20. I was in telco/networking many years ago but all that is history so I am pretty much starting from scratch. Now I'm worried that if I don't manage to pass by then I will have to relearn everything. The book I've been concentrating on is Wendell Odom's CCENT/CCNA Official Cert Guide 2013. So far I've been slowly getting through a chapter every 1-2 days, making sure I fully understand the keynotes/concepts laid out. I haven't gotten to subnetting yet and since I'm terrible at math I know that will likely take me the longest to learn, let alone do quickly.
If there is an up-side its that I have a ton of resources at my disposal ( 3 router 3 switch rack, PacketTracer, CBT Nuggets, practice tests, dumps etc. ) and 5-8 hours a day to devote to studying. Should I keep grinding away in hopes that I'll be able to learn everything by then? Or should I take a less stressful approach and not feel rushed to take the exam the first time?
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