CCIE FlashCard Deck for R&S v5.1

Today I have decided to finally release the flashcard deck that I created for myself in order to pass the written portion of the CCIE Routing & Switching v5.1 exam. This deck represents many months and hundreds (if not thousands) of hours of study effort.

After passing the exam, I had considered putting together some kind of study package, but I recently started thinking about how version six of the CCIE R&S is going to be here before too long, and it serves no purpose for me to sit on this accumulated knowledge and not share it.

That being said, I still believe you will receive a greater benefit by creating flashcards yourself, as I’ve written about previously. The process of comprehending what you are studying and converting that knowledge into a useful format for yourself is very empowering. Sometimes, though, it helps to get an outside viewpoint, which is what this deck of nearly 3,500 flash cards represents.

I passed the written exam using these cards I created. However, there are most certainly different errors and mistakes present in the cards. This could be due both to my sources having errors, as well as from me misinterpreting something. Or it could be as simple as a type-o.

Nearly all cards are tagged with at least one topic. My flash card deck is available in the following:

I hope this proves to be useful to you! Thank you.

Don’t forget about my extensive CCIE topics mind map, and my blueprint documentation reference guide. If you found this to be useful, please let me know on Twitter or LinkedIn. Thanks!

7 Replies to “CCIE FlashCard Deck for R&S v5.1”

  1. Hi! I’ve been in the process of putting together flash cards in ANKI through my CCIE studies as well. It’s good to see how someone else is wording their flash cards. Thanks for sharing!!

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