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Updated Practice Tests Released. CCNA Security is Next

Hello network engineers!

Here it is our first article in our brand new Blog section. We are so excited to start this new adventure. To be honest the moment is a little bit awkward for us because we have to express ourselves in a little bit more informal way, which is something we are not familiar with. Because this is a blog, where we know or at least we hope to meet you more often and to discuss things which are touching our training materials or other interesting topics related to the main topic or our website.

We decided to create a section which to be used as a board where to announce everything which is coming from us or it is about to be published in the near future. And to be honest, the updates this week are a lot!

First and foremost - you spoke, we listened. This week we released our updated test engine where we are giving you the wrong answers in the end. In the beginning our idea was to keep you as close as possible to the real exam. We were in the exam rooms as well and we know that Cisco (or the exam provider) is not giving you the wrong answers in the end. But because this website is a learning resource, it is fair to show you where you need to push a little bit more. This is why, starting from this week our test engine will give you the questions which you did answer wrong so that you know where is your weakness.

The next announcement is again related to our tests. We decided to publish a demo mode for every test where you will need to answer less questions for shorter period of time but you will have access to BACK button as well, so you can move back and forward through the questions.

200-101 ICND2 - this is the next test that we are going to release! Hundreds of unique questions are already prepared and ready in our database waiting for the final touches. Now on you will have the possibility to test yourself about the most recognizable Cisco CCNA Routing and Switching certification in two ways - by taking the shortcut with 200-120 CCNAX exam, or taking the easier but a little bit longer way through 100-101 ICND1/CCENT and 200-101 ICND2 exams.

The last but not least, our final announcement in this first blog article is actually huge compared to these above. I'm not going to waste your time and I'll just tell you that we are working on full CCNA Security (210-260 IINS) track! Yes, that means complete training materials with practice tests in the end. Are you excited?

Let us know what do you think in the comments below. See you soon!