For me I am not doing one thing different. I will not use any quizzers or written exam prep material for these questions at all. I refuse to do it. To me if reading Routing TCP/IP volume I and II (over and over,) and the documentation is not enough, what is the point? I need to know all the core material cold just to be able to decipher the lab questions anyhow, so why change anything in my prep plans? Maybe that is Cisco’s point? If you are prepared enough to decipher anything you get on the lab portion you will have no issues with the core questions in the beginning.

I just don’t know why Cisco can’t secure their lab locations and not have to worry if their lab questions are getting leaked out. How is this even an issue for Cisco with their size and resources? I have a good idea, just audit each lab! Pull aside a percentage of students each day and interview them. If they can’t answer what is being asked of them face to face, but on the lab they nail the section then I think that will tell you. If everyone going in knows there is a chance of getting pulled for a face to face interview you will have everyone prepping…