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    Unhappy Failed Network+ N10-006 exam

    Today, I took the Network+ exam and failed with a 659. I'm discouraged because I put so much time and effort into preparing for the exam. Luckily, I paid extra for the exam retake. My tools of study were Professor Meyers: Network+ All-In-One Exam Book, Meyers Totalsem questions, Meyers: N10-006 The Total Course on Lynda, Google and Exam Compass. Unlike the practice exams that I always aced, most of the questions were situational and badly worded. I ran out of time to work the simulation questions, as well. It wouldn't have mattered though, because I was totally clueless about those.

    I averaged a 73% on the exam, which is only 7% below the minimum 80% needed to pass. Its bittersweet knowing that I didn't pass, but that I only need a little more effort to get over the hump. I plan to take at least 1-2 months to brush up on weak points. I really can't afford to pay too much for prep tools. What other study tools out there should I consider?
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    Youtube, plenty of info there
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    I took the Network+ this past Saturday and failed also. I studied the Prof.Meyers Network+ book and Prof. Messers youtube videos, but not all since there's too many of them. I'm going to review the book/objectives again and purchase the uCertify sims/labs with exams tests. I purchased a Network+ android app by Darril Gibson, which is ok.

    As for me, I had a handful of VoIP questions, so I have to focus more on this section. With the full question scenario along with the wording, it confused me quite a bit, it killed most of my time trying to break it down.

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