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    Default Advise to Pass Net+. I am not good with videos.

    I passed S+ last week. and I was studying before for CCNA.
    After trying with several videos like CBT nuggets, Professor Messer, Cybrary, etc.
    THEN I realized videos do not work for me.
    I am old school. I have to Visualize and practice to best remember.
    To Pass S+ I used Darril Gibson and I have to say it was great.
    but I want to know what is better to help me in my path through N+.
    has somebody an advise for me?
    thanks
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    My own advice would be to follow the same strategy as you did for the Sec+. Darril Gibson seems to be very popular on this site, so I would recommend following his book.

    Plus you've already done the Sec+, so the Net+ shouldn't be too difficult for you. A lot of people seem to find the Sec+ a lot harder.
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    Todd Lammle's Nework+ book was pretty good, it didn't cover everything but It was pretty close. I used his book and a transender practice exam and I passed.
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    Iused Testout and instead of watching the videos I would just mute it and read the script that accompanied the video because I know what you mean I cant only watch videos, I need to read too for studying. The only gripe I would say is that Test out goes a little too much into detail more than needed for the test, and its not structured to directly match the order of the COMPTIA objectives like Professor Messer's materials are. However, it could be an option for you if you want reading materials.
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