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    Red face Not yet, it appears..

    Took my Network+ exam today. I got 659/720 needed. Given I'm taking this exam and Server+ to get promoted up into a network position, and don't have a lot of actual networking experience, I did pretty darn good. Give it a month of hard studying on the areas i failed in, and I will be more than good to get that Network+ Certification.

    I am using Professor Messer videos, cybrary.it Network+ course, Mike Meyer's Certification Passport, and then some practice exams on Udemy for study materials. A lot of sources... Anything else (preferrably free) that you would recommend on top of this to help out??

    Thanks!!
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    Try this:
    CompTIA Network+ N10-006 Hands-on Lab Simulator | Pearson IT Certification
    It is not free, but it will give you good knowledge and 10% discount for your next exam.
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    Go to Certify for less and get the Measure up practice exam
    Network + MeasureUp Practice Test

    It's not free, but it will help you prepare for the exam. The test license is for 60 days, which is part of the reason why it's cheaper.
    Last edited by NetworkingStudent; 09-07-2017 at 03:33 PM.
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