CCNA 200-301 Practice Exam Battery - 50 questions

50 practice questions for the 200-301 CCNA exam with explanations
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How to think through the CCNA engineering questions; including the tricky ones that rely on context and "best" answers.


  • A basic understanding of networks is helpful.


In this narrated course, we go over 50 practice questions accompanied by explanations of each topic, all designed to help you pass your 200-301 CCNA exam. This course includes how to recognize trick questions and contextual/abstract concepts, as we look at and answer questions about IP protocols, subnetting, network topology, VLANs, the OSI model, IPv4 and IPv6, and more.

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This course is formatted as as series of questions with a moment to pause each question to try to answer it on your own. Then, each finishes with the answer and me narrating the answer. This is a good format because it also gives you time to take notes and cross reference additional information from your study books. And as we know, reading or viewing +  taking notes + hands-on practice, is the best method for remembering what you have learned.

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Who this course is for:

  • Students studying for the 200-301 CCNA certification

Course content

5 sections5 lectures43m total length
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IT Instructor, fine artist, and U.S. veteran
Jeff Diamond
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I am a U.S. veteran (USN) and an IT professional holding a number of certifications in the industry, along with being a fine artist.

Most of my courses are FREE to help people of all ages, all veterans, and of all backgrounds, to get a good start in life or to help with a career change. My courses are low-budget, but I do try to fill them with lots of useful information delivered in a plain-speaking way so that everyone can understand the concepts and practices. Also, I frequently update my courses and adding content to make them better. I hope that you enjoy these courses, and if you have any suggestions for improvements or things you want to learn, feel free to let me know. 

In addition to teaching here on Udemy, I am a board member of the aviation engineering company Apeiron Technology, a Veteran Education Resources partner, and president of CCNAUltimateLabs.