Rumor about Valley Review

  1. I have been hearing from some people that there are no questions coming from valley. This worrys me alot since that is all we have be studying.
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  3. by   heartICU
    Quote from crnabound
    I have been hearing from some people that there are no questions coming from valley. This worrys me alot since that is all we have be studying.
    Just looking to clarify - what do you mean, "coming from Valley?" Do you mean there were no questions from the flashcards (Memory Master) or the Quick Quizzes in the sweat book? Or just nothing on any of the content from Valley Review?

    I have heard from many people that Valley was a worthwhile REVIEW of concepts that have already been taught. Not meant as a guide to the exam.
  4. by   DreamMatrix
    Valley Anesthesia Review is a "review course" and nothing more. Well, I guess it is also a "study guide", a way to review the material from your training in an organized way. From what I have heard lately, the CCNA Exam is more difficult than in the past with more higher level questions in which one must put several concepts and facts together to derive the best answer. You must be able to analyze and synthesize the material.

    You should be able to study and pass the CCNA Exam without taking any "review course". Valley is just an aid to organizing and studying.

    If you expect to be able to take Valley Anesthesia Review and pass the exam just on the basis of questions in the "Memory Master", then you and or your school have failed in the job.

    DM
  5. by   crnabound
    i did not mean actual questions from valley like out of the sweatbook they are saying like even som of the topics were unfamiliar, just wanting to know if anyone else heard that also thanks for your input
  6. by   heartICU
    Quote from DreamMatrix

    If you expect to be able to take Valley Anesthesia Review and pass the exam just on the basis of questions in the "Memory Master", then you and or your school have failed in the job.

    DM
    I agree.

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