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    (Original post by Ayaz789)
    Woh toh muje pata hain :rollseyes:
    You can never get that emoji right. :rofl:
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    (Original post by The_Internet)
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    Congrats on the scores!

    How do some sections differ on the CCNA R&s, or is there significant overlap? Maybe think about taking down the beast that is CCNA SP?
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    (Original post by Saba XD)
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    That's great Masha Allah. Up north where exactly though?
    I did Law.
    The great county of Yorkshire!


    (Original post by Saba XD)
    Lol I have no job either. I haven't specialised yet. I took a gap year to relax.
    Ahhh that makes sense. Tbh I kinda wanted to do this from day one. In a way I kinda feel that if I didn't go, I'd have a house by now, but uni is a great experience!

    I kinda want a job ASAP really. Tbh that's what I did straight outta uni, and it's not like the jobs arent there
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    (Original post by an_atheist)
    Serious: I can do most things that are intellectually based if I put my mind to it.
    My A Level Predicted grades are good enough to make me eligible for any UK university I care to apply to

    Semi-serious: I love the fact that I excel at pushing people away when I really need them around
    I love the fact that I am so emotionally stifled it took me a year away from someone for me to realise I was somewhere on the way to falling in love with them (i think).
    That's great. Good luck in your future endeavours.

    I'm also emotionally stifled. :emo:
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    (Original post by Binary Freak)
    Congrats on the scores!

    How do some sections differ on the CCNA R&s, or is there significant overlap? Maybe think about taking down the beast that is CCNA SP?
    Thanks!Well they kinda split in to their own areas I guess in that test I did. That was more gruelling than the real CCNA tbh

    Thing is I've forever been "half way through my CCNP" Tbh, I might just keep learning and learning. I also kinda want more experience on Nexus and checkpoints really. Oh and the ASA's. I still don't QUITE understand those!

    CCNA R&S, and SP overlap significantly I believe. SP probably does more on the nexus gear Tbh, the money is in DCs and in security. Working for an ISP, you forever run the risk of being outsourced. Sure your salary might be higher than the average in the industry (Unless you were at my last place and were underpaid) but you run the risk of being outsourced too quite easily really.
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    (Original post by The_Internet)
    The great county of Yorkshire!

    Ahhh that makes sense. Tbh I kinda wanted to do this from day one. In a way I kinda feel that if I didn't go, I'd have a house by now, but uni is a great experience!

    I kinda want a job ASAP really. Tbh that's what I did straight outta uni, and it's not like the jobs arent there
    I've been a Londoner all my life. :mmm: I have never been to Yorkshire, sadly.

    Insha Allah you'll get it surely. :yep:
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    (Original post by PrincessBO$$)
    Loving yourself is great. But there is a boundary a certain extent to how much one can love his/herself
    Well, there is self love and then there is that. :rofl:
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    (Original post by Saba XD)
    Send some dough this way. If you know what I mean.
    Naw, im on the breadline..

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    (Original post by Saba XD)
    I've been a Londoner all my life. :mmm: I have never been to Yorkshire, sadly.

    Insha Allah you'll get it surely. :yep:
    London... I'm not fond of. A guy on linkedin tried to get me to work near Heathrow...twice. I really like Yorkshire. It's really green. The air quality is oh so much better here too! I prefer West Yorkshire to South Yorkshire however.

    Both times, it was a "nope" When you can fly down there, several times a month and still have more money than a Londoner because of the ridiculous rent, kinda doesn't seem all that worth it. You might be paid less up north, but you sure as hell have far more disposable income and yknow you can afford to buy a decent sized house.
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    (Original post by The_Internet)
    Thanks!Well they kinda split in to their own areas I guess in that test I did. That was more gruelling than the real CCNA tbh

    Thing is I've forever been "half way through my CCNP" Tbh, I might just keep learning and learning. I also kinda want more experience on Nexus and checkpoints really. Oh and the ASA's. I still don't QUITE understand those!

    CCNA R&S, and SP overlap significantly I believe. SP probably does more on the nexus gear Tbh, the money is in DCs and in security. Working for an ISP, you forever run the risk of being outsourced. Sure your salary might be higher than the average in the industry (Unless you were at my last place and were underpaid) but you run the risk of being outsourced too quite easily really.
    Seriously even though you took the composite route?

    Ahh we've all got that certification we're forever progressing towards. I'm probably not going to take anything until I graduate tbh. Even though having a CCNA under your belt prior to graduating it's still just sat there for a year unless you miraculously make time another route or CCNP. Tonne of places underpay graduates. Seen some graduate positions go as low as 14k... But I guess when you take into an account the on-site training you'll receive it kinda justifies it.
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    (Original post by Binary Freak)
    Seriously even though you took the composite route?

    Ahh we've all got that certification we're forever progressing towards. I'm probably not going to take anything until I graduate tbh. Even though having a CCNA under your belt prior to graduating it's still just sat there for a year unless you miraculously make time another route or CCNP. Tonne of places underpay graduates. Seen some graduate positions go as low as 14k... But I guess when you take into an account the on-site training you'll receive it kinda justifies it.
    composite route ie: doing it all at once?It is true that places underpay graduates. 14K is an absolute and utter rip off. Straight off graduating, you are worth at least 25K. After a year, you are worth at least 30K. Even at my last place where they underpaid me, I was paid 24K + shift allowance. The other company darn sarth offered 45K when you consider shift allowance and bonus.

    14K is silly. Pay peanuts, and you get monkeys.

    I received 12.5K on my placement year.... They upped it to 15K the year after. 14K is stupidly low. I wouldn't accept any thing that gives you less than 24K after graduating. MAybe..20K up north
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    i am ugly and i am proud
    I'm sure you're not. :no:

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      (Original post by Saba XD)
      You can never get that emoji right. :rofl:
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      Hahaha its because i type it lmao but yeah ill try once again behen :rolleyes:
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      (Original post by Saba XD)
      Well, there is self love and then there is that. :rofl:
      the situation tho=)))))))))
      i find it hard to believe that this crap is real
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      Another one I guess is I'm not afraid to say I'm a geek. These days it's a good thing
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      (Original post by The_Internet)
      Another one I guess is I'm not afraid to say I'm a geek. These days it's a good thing
      Same! I love being a geek, geek is good

      Also now learned to love my height (taken me ages to realise there is nothing wrong with being a 5'10 female)
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      (Original post by The_Internet)
      composite route ie: doing it all at once?It is true that places underpay graduates. 14K is an absolute and utter rip off. Straight off graduating, you are worth at least 25K. After a year, you are worth at least 30K. Even at my last place where they underpaid me, I was paid 24K + shift allowance. The other company darn sarth offered 45K when you consider shift allowance and bonus.

      14K is silly. Pay peanuts, and you get monkeys.

      I received 12.5K on my placement year.... They upped it to 15K the year after. 14K is stupidly low. I wouldn't accept any thing that gives you less than 24K
      Yeah, doing the 200-120 (Or 200-125 as it is now)

      Yeah! :yep:

      I'd accept 20-25k initially, but that's on the premise I've never actually been inside or touched a production network (e.g. not been on a placement year or such), so I'd find it fair. But someone with even any experience shouldn't be on that. Only way I'd accept otherwise is with 'first class' training.. Not sat on a dummy network configuring OSPF... For the life of me..
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      (Original post by Binary Freak)
      Yeah, doing the 200-120 (Or 200-125 as it is now)

      Yeah! :yep:

      I'd accept 20-25k initially, but that's on the premise I've never actually been inside or touched a production network (e.g. not been on a placement year or such), so I'd find it fair. But someone with even any experience shouldn't be on that. Only way I'd accept otherwise is with 'first class' training.. Not sat on a dummy network configuring OSPF... For the life of me..
      In the first three months doing provisioning. Damn that was easy work! Dummy networks are sometimes needed tbh
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      (Original post by Saba XD)
      That's great. Good luck in your future endeavours.

      I'm also emotionally stifled. :emo:
      Thanks, best of luck to you too.
      You got any idea why you're stifled emotionally? I find this sort of thing interesting
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      (Original post by AfcFob)
      Same! I love being a geek, geek is good

      Also now learned to love my height (taken me ages to realise there is nothing wrong with being a 5'10 female)
      Not so fond of my height (169cm)...and weight (TOo much)

      Mentally I'm cool tho!
     
     
     
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