Study Tip: Audio Recordings

I take 2 trains and the company bus going to work each day so I spend around 1.5 to 2 hours travel from my house to my work vice-versa. It's really a waste of time just standing there and looking at the scenery which I have been looking at everyday for almost 2 years. I need to study and make most of my time even when traveling, so what I did is record some of my Cisco notes in audio and convert it to mp3. With my cheap Creative Zen Stone mp3 player, I am able to review even in the train and I am amazed how effective this is for core knowledge. I'll bet if you do this you will even laugh listening at your own voice. An audio class from a reputable vendor is also a great way to study if you don't have time to record your own notes. Listening to audio notes will become one of my daily habits.


2 Responses to "Study Tip: Audio Recordings"

aidz said... November 16, 2009 at 11:36 AM

i spend my time reading self help books while in a train. :D

Thanks for posting your notes on MPLS :)

i know that you're determined to become a CCIE. i believe that you can do it.


Pete said... November 16, 2009 at 11:45 AM

Thanks, hope you are aspiring to become one as well. It's a daily habit, so we need to do it everyday. :)

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