The CCNA Exam is a beginning level exam. It is of interest for many Information technology professionals around the planet. It is a difficult exam but a test that is considered entry level because it is the first exam that Cisco Systems offers to its professionals. Many young people like to look up to CCNA certified engineers because of their elite status.
Human Resource departments around the country also value the CCNA. It is a certification that means typically that you have studied hard. It also relays a message to employers that you have a certain amount of perseverance and brains. Additionally, most CCNA's are people that have had at least 2 years experience.
No HR department or hiring manager in their right mind would hire a CCNA with no experience. This is a red flag that they have not had proper training and most likely achieved the cert by an unsavory means, such as a brain dump.
There is something in the a level question banks Cisco World that is not only exclusive to Cisco, but famous in Cisco Circles. This something is referred to as the NDA. NDA means Non-Disclosure Agreement. In other words if you spill the beans then you might be stripped of your certification. Not only this is true but also you will not be allowed to get any future Cisco Certifications such as the CCNP or CCDP, and you can forget about the CCIE.
When one embarks on the CCNA journey they can be sure that there will be many books to be read. The CCNA candidate will spend many nights pouring over Cisco web pages, reviewing labs that don't make sense and so on. Non-CCNA's will covet the candidate's newfound success should he or she pass this exam.