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    Default Taking Network+ today...

    In about an hour and a half. Kinda nervous but I am doing well on the practice exams.
    I already have an A+ from last year, and I passed the Sec+ about 2 months ago. Wish me luck.
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    You got it! Especially with passing Sec+ and A+! Be calm and confident, deep breathes my friend.
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    Quote Originally Posted by azjeep View Post
    In about an hour and a half. Kinda nervous but I am doing well on the practice exams.
    I already have an A+ from last year, and I passed the Sec+ about 2 months ago. Wish me luck.
    Good luck duder! Remember, go thru the entire test once, answering ONLY the questions you know & mark the ones you don't, then go thru those carefully, read them twice...Eliminate all answers down to 2 possible answers, then pull the trigger on the best one.

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    Good luck !!!

    Some of the domains from Sec + will help you with Net +. Make sure you read the question carefully.

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    Looking at the time stamps of the responses it looks as though you have taken the exam. I hope you passed.
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    Passed with a 751. Low but passing. Almost nothing I studied was on the exam. Most was knowledge from on the job. Glad its over, onto Project+, then the Microsoft ones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by azjeep View Post
    Passed with a 751. Low but passing. Almost nothing I studied was on the exam. Most was knowledge from on the job. Glad its over, onto Project+, then the Microsoft ones.
    CHEERS! VERY VERY NICE! HI5!

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    I am sitting my exam next week, do you have any (non revealing) tips for us future test-takers?
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    Congrats azjeep, I only passed my Net+ by a few points. Was my hardest comptia exam due to my lack of networking knowledge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Enticles View Post
    I am sitting my exam next week, do you have any (non revealing) tips for us future test-takers?
    Make sure you take a lot of practice tests and understand the OSI model.
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    Congrats on the pass azjeep.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cdx View Post
    Make sure you take a lot of practice tests and understand the OSI model.
    That was my main exam preperation methodology, so fingers crossed. congrats on the pass OP!
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    A bit late to congratulate but hey welldone bro
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    Congrats, pass is pass - no one will ask to see your score sheet
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    Congrats, I test next week as well. I failed with a 686 waaaay back in January. I wasn't expecting it to be as hard as it was, but I also was overconfident and under prepared. But I got it this time, easy.
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    Sizzlinshred, what were ur original resources for study and what are you using now? What was difficult for you on the test?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jrisbrook View Post
    Sizzlinshred, what were ur original resources for study and what are you using now? What was difficult for you on the test?
    The Daril Gibson app and the professor messer study notes were all that I used to study at that time, I took it 2 weeks after passing Sec+ thinking it would be a walk in the park. I didn't know a whole lot about networking at the time. I later went on to take a Netacad class which is CCENT for my college. And learned subnetting and networking fundamentals which help.


    I got 686 and needed 720, I wasn't that far off, but I was let down. And hope to get over an 800 this time when I test Jan 3.
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