Hi JJBladester, it's will be against cisco rules if we will tell you what the exam like.
You can check this one: http://www.ciscopress.com/bookstore/product.asp?isbn=1587202166
And two things I should advice before you take the exam.
1. Know subnetting inside and out.
2. Watch out for the clock
What Are the Exams Like?
- Exams are proctored, timed, and delivered in a secure environment. Most exams last approximately one to two hours. Lab exams typically last eight hours.
check out this one also: https://learningnetworkstore.cisco.com/market/prod/homeWork.se.work;jsessionid=7030ca979f70$DD$D5$E
Basically, if you know you're stuff. Then no worries,
This document from cisco live tells a lot of what type of questions as well as time management. Read it basically
I think at the end you will get a breakdown of your score per section. For instance OSPF 60% NAT 45% etc but not specific questions you missed.
I get an "Unauthorized" message when trying to access https://learningnetwork.cisco.com/docs/DOC-13916. I wonder why... I'm logged into cisco.com and the cisco learning network site. Do you have some kind of "special" access to cisco's site?
Is the breakdown of your score per section printed and handed to you before you leave?
I see that there are roughly 50 qustions on the exam which are primariily multiple-choice. Those come fairly easy to me, including the subnetting ones. About the simulation questions... How long (rough estimate) should each one of those take? How many of those more in-depth simulation questions are there?
The link doesn't work for me neither. But you can view the documents if you go to https://learningnetwork.cisco.com/docs/ and just browse for the document you want to read. I have a lot of "access" issues on the learning network myelf, and usually i just re-click the links and they magically work - but not always.
Regarding your time management question just do the math to find out how quick you have to be. Watch the "what are the exam like" video and you'll get your answers. My advice is, manage your time across all questions just like chrisjoms said.
Once you complete an exam, you will receive a score report which will provide you with a score breakdown by exam section to help you determine your areas of strength and weakness but it will not indicate which questions were missed. For more information, please visit the exam score report FAQ.
You can check out the "What Are the Exams Like?" section in the About Certification Exams page for information about what to expect when you go take your exam and more. However, please note that specific exam details cannot be posted.
Good luck in your certification endeavors!
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