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Initial post: Nov 29, 2009 4:18:06 AM PST
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The book is dedicated to describe the CISCO Internetworking concepts in a new way. It is written to be completely a new one in the field of Internetworking. It is way for presenting the information making it the unique one in the market. The book uses in addition to text boxes, more than 1335 of challenging Multiple-choice single answer, Multiple-choice multiple answer, Fill-in-the-blank, Testlet, and Simulation test formats and several Internetworking scenarios to emphasize the topics behind the CISCO Internetworking fundamentals in more than 538 pages. Moreover, the book provides new types of test formats to simplify the exam for the students. In the line with modern training and teaching methodology, the purpose of these questions are there to encourage the reader to stop and think as well as to test his knowledge towards preparing for successful CCNA CCENT examination. The book provides in-depth coverage of all official CCNA CCENT exam objectives. It is provide objective-by-objective coverage of all the material the student need to know for the exam, signaling out critical information, outlining necessary procedures, and identifying exam essentials. The book is decomposed into 11 chapters. Each chapter treats each internetworking entity with clear, easy-to-follow text boxes and numerous conceptual figures. Several test formats are used to clarify the ideas behind each chapter. At the end of each chapter, answers to all questions are given with complementary discussions. This book is a unique one that is designed to offer both CCNA CCENT study guide and CCNA CCENT examination guide and is a unique one that is written using this new way. CCNA ICND1 640-822 CCENT Study Guide and Examination Guide Q&A
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