SWITCH Exam scheduled...
So...I scheduled my exam for 10/7, feeling pretty good about it. As I was only able to get my hands on 4 2950 switches and a router, I wasn't able to perform everything. However, something that worked for me in the past with BSCI and BGP exams is that a sample configuration for everything, such as configuring VTP, configuring Etherchannel (each method), etc. is written out by hand in a book, and then bring up notepad and constantly type in the command patterns. I have approximately 14 pages of commands, each with all the options. I type them out 10 times, go on to the next subject, type that 10 times, etc. When I get to the end, I start over again. So I've started that. Got a good grasp on all the theory and technologies.
Does anyone have any specific advice for the SWITCH exam? Not looking for specific questions, just general what it's like, the last professional level exam I took was about 5 years ago. Are there a lot of sims, just a couple of sims, is the sim interface easy or hard to use, is the exam stable (I hate crashes in the middle), etc.
Thanks in advance. NO questions off the exam, please. I hate brain dumps!!