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  1. Junior Member Registered Member
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    Default College course for Network +

    Hey everybody I am new to the forum and I am looking to get my network + cert within 6 months. Is there a college course that any of you took that you feel fully prepared you to take the exam and pass? Currently I don't have any certs but I am in a position at my job that requires security +, I am scheduled to take that exam mid June. I was thinking about getting Network + in the meantime but I am open to anything else if any of you suggest otherwise. Thank you in advance.
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    You could probably self-study the exam with a book and pass the exam without the cost of a class just for that certification!!
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    I've seen many community colleges offer these courses, which is generally cheaper than going through a commercial training provider.

    Haivng said that I agree with Dakinggamer87 on self-study. That is the option this community usually recommends for entry level exams.
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