The previous post revealed some of the specifics about the half of the CCNA R&S content covered in the ICND1 100-105 exam. This next post completes the analysis of the new Cisco 100-105 dumps exam topics, with a look at the verbs in the exam topics as well as the topics that appear to be removed from the exams.
With this post and others like it, I am reading the publicly posted exam topics and giving my personal opinion as to what those words mean. Note that the analysis in this and other blog posts represents my opinion of Cisco System’s publicly available exam topics for the old and new exams. I do not represent Cisco 100-105 dumps, and these opinions are my own.
Still in Cisco 100-105 dumps , but Higher Performance Level
Cisco exam topics list different verbs, and these verbs have specific meaning to those who work within the education world. If you scan the current exam topics, you will see the following verbs on most exam topics:
- Compare and contrast
- Configure and verify
- Configure, verify, and troubleshoot
These verbs define the performance level that they try to assess through the exam questions. The verb describe requires a basic level of skill, while compare and contrast requires a little more skill. Similarly, exam topics that include the troubleshoot verb, instead of stopping at the verify verb, imply a deeper skill level.
For this latest cisco 100-105 dumps exam, Cisco has bumped up the performance level on several topics. All these were formerly listed with verbs “configure and verify”, and now have “configure, verify, and troubleshoot”. To be honest, on the actual exam, it might be difficult to tell the difference between a question for a “configure and verify” topic versus a “configure, verify, and troubleshoot” question. However, from an exam preparation perspective, you can and should prepare specifically for those troubleshooting topics, as follows:
- Pay close attention to show commands, for status codes and their values when the feature is correctly configured and working
- Pay close attention to those same status values when the feature is misconfigured.