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    Default Taking the 702 tomoorw.

    I feel I'm pretty well prepared for it. Just going over some of the troubleshooting and command line commands again. Will report back tomorrow with the good news.
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    Good luck. 701 was a breeze. 702 can be hard if you make it so... It was tougher than 701 for sure, for me.
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    Yeah that's what everyone has said also. I take it at 2.30 tomorrow so that let's me go over all my notes and printouts that I made before I take the test.
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    Welp with 2 hours of sleep, a migraine headache, and not real comfortable about taking the test today....I killed it. 871. Got my first certification, now on to the Network +, Security +, etc etc.
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    Congrats dude!
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    Congratulations!! How wordy where the questions? When I took the Sec+ most of the questions where 1 to sentences in length, but alot of the practice questions I am coming across in 702 are paragraphs. Most of the 701 practice questions are following along with the Sec+ format. I am using exam force, skill soft, and several books for my study material. What did you use?
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    I used CBT Nuggets, LabSim, and Professor Messer's free videos. Never touched a book. Yes some of those questions were 2 paragraphs and a final question long.LOL I wrote a ton of notes though. I seem to remember stuff better if I write while I listen.
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    Congrats on pass!!
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    Thanks everyone for the congrats also.
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