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Where to Go from Here

Where to Go from Here

Evaluate where you are in your collaboration studies. If you don’t work with the Cisco Unified Communications products in your day-to-day job, you might consider going down the CCNA and CCNP voice/collaboration tracks first.

Supplement your real-world experience and certification track studies with any of the previously listed resources that might help fill in the gaps for you.

If your budget permits, you might consider taking a CCIE Collaboration Written boot camp.

Also, organization in your studies is key to your success. Because the CCIE Collaboration Written exam covers such a breadth of topics, you should go through the exam blueprint and make a list of all topics on which you need extra study. Then, take that list and identify how you’re going to study that topic. (For example, buy a book or read documentation on the Cisco website.) Finally, an approach that I’ve personally found to be effective is to write down on a calendar which days you’re going to be studying specific topics. This level of organization helps ensure no topic is overlooked.

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