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    Default How much can be said about exams and questions?

    Especially concerning CompTIA.

    I know you cannot give away specific questions.

    But can you say "there were a lot of questions about nmap and using the specific flags" ?

    Or: "you are going to have to know to use netstat to identify all sockets , both listening and non-listening."
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    They already publish the exam objectives so on a Network+ exam, saying that there was a question about 802.11g would be fine because they already tell you to expect such under objective 5.3 but spelling out the actual question would not be fine.
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    For most test companies, anything they list in the objectives is fair game so if someone mentions they saw it on the real test, it only confirms that something from the objectives is showing up.
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