Is there anyone who actually enjoys sitting exams? (For the benefit of our American readers, by ‘sitting’ exams we mean ‘writing’ exams.) For the IT professional exams and certifications are a necessary part of ongoing training and qualification in the every changing world of Information Technology. There’s no magic formula for how to pass an IT exam but there’s plenty you can do to prepare in a way that gives you the edge.
The syllabus of any Cisco certification is frequently reviewed and updated so that it remains a true reflection of the hardware and software in use in any given network. Without this constant updating of material the certification would lose its credibility among both employees and employers. What good is a CCNA if you passed it in 2001?
Studying for these exams and passing them on the first attempt comes easy to some people, but for others it’s more of a struggle, and a frustrating one at that. So sometimes it’s necessary to reach out for some help and one such helping hand might Jerry Blair’s “Conquering The IT Exam“.
This ebook is a comprehensive guide that explains why IT certifications are so important to IT professionals, how to save time and money while studying for your exam, and how to develop a learning strategy that will keep you focused until the day of the exam.
No other guide explains these steps that help you prepare for your IT exams so effectively and efficiently, thereby boosting your knowledge and credibility as an IT expert and earning you the respect of your employer and your peers.
It’s a clever person who makes use of all the resources at hand to achieve their objectives.