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I just want to ask if this kind of subject which is CISCO networking is really a hard subject? we are really afraid that we can passed this subject....can you please answer my question...

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Yes it quite hard subject but very beneficial and can generate a lot of income. Also enhance you knowledge and gives you a very broad understanding of internet and network.

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