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    Hello,

    I took my 801 (790) exam last Tuesday and the 802 (777) exam today and passed both!
    I used David L Prowse's Exam Cram 6th edition book.

    Which Net+ book would you recommend? Also I was thinking about trying the Net+ Certmaster. Thoughts on that?

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    I just ordered Mike Meyers book 'CompTIA Network+ All-In-One Exam Guide, Sixth Edition (Exam N10-006)' off Amazon.


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    Did u have command sim on the exam?
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    Thanks guys!
    Wouldnt you know it a Desktop Support job just opened up. Talk about good timing.

    My Network+ book just arrived. I love that 2-day free shipping!

    nygs82Did u have command sim on the exam?
    I cant comment on the exams, sorry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 8thdegreepwnologist View Post
    Hello,

    I took my 801 (790) exam last Tuesday and the 802 (777) exam today and passed both!
    I used David L Prowse's Exam Cram 6th edition book.

    Which Net+ book would you recommend? Also I was thinking about trying the Net+ Certmaster. Thoughts on that?

    Thanks!
    How long did you study ?
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    congrats on the pass, I used the Mike Meyers books for my Net+ its a great resource

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    8thdegreepwnologist,

    Great name by the way, and congrats on your pass!

    For years, I've been recommending my Network+ students to use the All-In-One Mike Meyers Network+ book. It is a GREAT resource and, not coincidentally, a best seller on Amazon.com. I've been teaching Network+ for ten years and have personally flipped through this book. You'll enjoy it.

    Here's a link: http://tinyurl.com/hdk9gec

    That's not to say that there aren't other solid choices as well. Most publishing houses are pretty dialed into the CompTIA products therefore you can do well with many resources.

    Also, I recommend going through Professor Messer's Network+ video tutorials. He filmed the entire course from start to finish. He has various courses available for free on his YouTube channel.

    Link here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?lis...ikr2xAcmKljbnQ

    Professor Messer also sells $10 Network+ study guides on his website which cram the whole test into 10-20 pages. Good for review 1 hour before test.

    Good luck!

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    8thdegreepwnologist,

    Great name by the way, and congrats on your pass!

    For years, I've been recommending my Network+ students to use the All-In-One Mike Meyers Network+ book. It is a GREAT resource and, not coincidentally, a best seller on Amazon.com. I've been teaching Network+ for ten years and have personally flipped through this book. You'll enjoy it.

    Here's a link: http://tinyurl.com/hdk9gec

    That's not to say that there aren't other solid choices as well. Most publishing houses are pretty dialed into the CompTIA products therefore you can do well with many resources.

    Also, I recommend going through Professor Messer's Network+ video tutorials. He filmed the entire course from start to finish. He has various courses available for free on his YouTube channel.

    Link here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?lis...ikr2xAcmKljbnQ

    Professor Messer also sells $10 Network+ study guides on his website which cram the whole test into 10-20 pages. Good for review 1 hour before test.

    Good luck!

    -MCTTrainer
    Thank you! I will check out Professor Messer for sure. I may also IM you if I get stuck!

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    Originally Posted by 8thdegreepwnologist
    Hello,

    I took my 801 (790) exam last Tuesday and the 802 (777) exam today and passed both!
    I used David L Prowse's Exam Cram 6th edition book.

    Which Net+ book would you recommend? Also I was thinking about trying the Net+ Certmaster. Thoughts on that?

    Thanks!



    How long did you study ?
    I bet I spent 40-50hrs (or more! Im a slow reader) over the past 8 months. I know after I read Chapter 9 I looked at my watch in disbelief as 6hrs had passed by! But that was a subject I had very little knowledge in.
    Looking back I wish I read 1 chapter a night every night which is what Im trying to get myself to commit to with this Network+ book.
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