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In preparing for CCNA exam achievement, one of the essential steps is to schedule your exam! And when in case you accomplish that?

Plan your assessment NOW.

I could hear you now -- " Why should I schedule my exam now? I havent started learning yet!"

From experience, I can inform you that strategy works. People complain about deadlines and schedules, but the truth is that people do their utmost make use of a deadline. Stress isn't it that was weve made by the dirty word out to be. A stone is a lump of coal that was placed under some pressure.

I wish I had a nickel for each time Ive heard this:

"Ill plan my examination when Im ready."

You know when "ready" is? For most people, NEVER. I know somebody whos been preparing for his CCNA for years literally! Hes planning to schedule that assessment when hes ready. Hes been getting ready for years!

By scheduling your examination now, you give an intellectual contract to your self. Youll be surprised at how focused your mind becomes when you know the date of one's examination before you start. I have used this method for my CCNA, CCNP, and CCIE checks. It'll work for you!

Your exam can be scheduled by you with Prometric or VUE right now! Just search for either of those organizations in your preferred search engine, and register online today.

Both web sites have test center locators, therefore no matter where you're on the planet, you will find the testing center nearest you.

Most of us have times of your day that were mentally sharper than others. I personally am a person", so I always plan my examinations for first thing each morning. Schedule an afternoon assessment, if youre tougher in the afternoon. Regardless of the time youre going to just take the test timetable it now, right now!Chris Wallace 575 Market Street, Suite 3000 San Francisco, CA 94105 (415) 209-5257 physician assistant medical examiner

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