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  1. Hi Bonito,

    You are welcome. Mindmapping will help to create a nice overview of all CCNA topics for yourself. For the exam I have another tip:

    Some of the questions have a lot of text explaining a scenario or a story that is not always required to find the right answer. When you get one of these questions, start by looking at the answers and figure out if there are any “bogus” answers that could never be correct. Once you got 2-3 answers left, see if you can skim the text to find the solution. Sometimes they give you 2-3 paragraphs of text while the real questio

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  2. Rene I started using mind maps after reading your CCNP books. Now I think I have developed the habit to solve complex problems through mind maps.

    Also, Thanks to XMind.net for their wonderful tool.

  3. Hi Rizwan,

    That’s good to hear! I also use mindmaps for pretty much everything.


  4. Hi Renee,

    I am thinking this may work very well for me as I can never remember names and just pure memorization tasks. I have always been someone who never forgets a story or things about people or who a person is personality or identity wise just not the best with labels. So I would think something based on this system might tailor fit my learning style. I don’t even mind purchasing a pro version but I would like to learn how to use some basics first.


    I see your CCNA mindmap and I also saw one in your CCNP route book but I don’t seem to be able to make

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  5. Hi Brian,

    In the first screenshot, I think you used the “Relationship” button between boxes . The 2nd and 3th screenshots look familiar :smile:

    I usually just use the keyboard in Xmind, it’s pretty quick and using the mouse to move sub-topics around is a bit annoying sometimes.

    * Use the arrow keys to move around
    * Hit Enter if you want to add something below the current box.
    * Hit Insert if you want to add something next to the current box.
    * Just use copy/paste (CTRL-X, CTRL-V) to move a subtopic to another box.

    It seems you can add relationships between different b

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