Studying for your CCNA certification? Reviewing for the test can be overwhelming, but there are tools available to help you. Prepare for your information technology future by checking out these CCNA study apps:
Designed for beginner network administrators, this free app makes memorizing the CCNA basics easier. CCNANotes works as a helpful and quick reference when you don’t want to use your book every time you study.
CCNA 640-802 Cert Flash Cards for iPhone
This comprehensive but concise preparation tool covers the CCNA objectives with over 300 questions. Test your knowledge by quizzing yourself, comparing your answers to the key, customizing question sets, viewing score reports, and adding your own notes to the questions. It’s free, too!
CCNA Practice for Dummies
Designed for iPhone and iPad, this $9.99 app gives customers their dollars’ worth. Use the categorized multiple choice questions, full practice tests, test-taking tips, exam matrix, and exam countdown to enhance your study skills.
iCertify was designed as a personal study guide by a technology professional studying for the CCNA certification test. Her teaching experience allowed her to include real classroom content in a flash card format review tool. Get immediate feedback by using this tool on your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. Interested in your information technology opportunities?
AIU Atlanta is a Designated Cisco Networking Academy
Prepare for your future. AIU Atlanta’s BIT with a specialization in Network Administration allows students to take courses that can prepare students to take the CCNA certification* exam through a membership agreement with CISCO’s Networking Academy.
* Certification requirements for taking and passing certification examinations are not controlled by American InterContinental University but by outside agencies and are subject to change by the agencies without notice to American InterContinental University. Therefore, American InterContinental University cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to take certification examinations, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.