Passed JNCIE-SEC !

After a bit of struggle, finally I have passed JNCIE-SEC exam. It was a bit long journey for me. I studied every topic in detail, read thousands of pages and did hundreds of labs. If I should do a self-criticism; when I look back now, I can tell you that I over complicated the things and studied way more than what the exam requires but the bright side is that I learned a lot during my studies. However I must also add that exam isn’t that really easy and completing the tasks requires really meticulous work. I have also completed all official Juniper trainings including JNCIE-SEC bootcamp so if you can take these trainings they really help.

What I am saying now might look so trivial but believe me I have a reason to list below items but since there is NDA, I won’t give any details but only tell you;

  • Listen to your proctor before starting the exam VERY carefully.
  • Read every pages, every paragraph, each word VERY carefully without assuming anything on your head. I mean literally everything.

Although having a good sleep is also very crucial, on this succesful attempt I was 30 hours awake when I started the exam due to which by the end of the exam my brain almost stopped working hence do something and have a good sleep!

Lastly, I wish perseverance and a bit of luck to those who prepare for this exam.

Genco.

About: rtoodtoo

Worked for more than 10 years as a Network/Support Engineer and also interested in Python, Linux, Security and SD-WAN, currently living in the Netherlands and works as a Network Support Engineer. // JNCIE-SEC #223 / RHCE / PCNSE


16 thoughts on “Passed JNCIE-SEC !”

  1. Congrats!
    Please share with us what kind of topics were on the exam.
    What other materials except bootcamp did you use?

  2. Thanks everyone again. I hope I won’t stop blogging but I will try to find other ways of driving me to write more or I will start thinking about another certification path 🙂

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