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A cool information about studying. I also remember myself in college, when I tried to pass the Cisco exam and could not prepare in any way. But I really wanted to pass it and get a qualification, and a friend told me that he knows people who help in preparing students for the Cisco exam, it seems that this is the site cciedump.spoto.net . After I finally got a Cisco qualification, and my dream came true, so now, I work in the company and feel happy!
 
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The most important thing about learning *(which I now do all the time)* is to read lots of other material on the subject I am studying. In other words - show an interest.
 
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Thanks IG. I make no apology for repeating this.

"The most important thing about learning *(which I now do all the time)* is to read lots of other material on the subject I am studying. In other words - show an interest. "

I wish I had come to this knowledge earlier. It would have made a real difference in my life.
There days the opportunities are endless. In school and university 60 years ago we had to go to libraries. order books, hunt around. These days you can have millions of answers in milliseconds.

Do not fall into the trap that, because it is there and easy and free, it is without value. At least think, make your own judgments, have an interest!

My generation (I am 81) had to search for value amongst nearly nothing. You have to reject nonsense when faced with almost infinite choice.

Good luck, and please learn to have an interest.

Cat :)
 
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