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    Default Just scheduled 98-366 and 98-349

    Hey everyone I just scheduled my first IT exams. I'm taking the 98-366 and 98-349. I've only purchased 1 voucher so far because I wanted to make sure everything went through alright. They do send the vouchers from Certiport via email right?

    Anyways, for the 98-366 I've just read Mike Meyer's Network+ book. I was originally going to take that exam first but I don't have enough money for it and my CompTIA testing center is booked through October.... But anyway, from what I've read that book should be enough. Anything else I should look over? Any other tips?

    Also, for the 98-349 I am reading the Sybex OS Fundamentals book although it is boring me out of my mind . Anything else I should look over for that one? Also any tips for that exam?
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    what certs do you already have? if you have any IT experience they are fairly easy exams to pass. THey are really common sense questions.
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    These will be my first IT certs but I've got about 7 years of experience and I currently work in Desktop/Network support.
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    I would suggest you schedule the network, security and os fundamentals all at the same time. You should pass them with no problem.
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    I second that.
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    Do you know where I can find some free practice tests for these? Especially the Security fundamentals. I haven't even looked over that book yet and I'm not sure what kinds of things would be on the exam.
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    Good luck!
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    Do you get a Microsoft cert if you pass? booked via prometric or peason vue i presume?
    would it count towards a bigger microsoft cert?
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    You do get a Microsoft cert, As far as I can tell they don't count towards anything though (that could always change in the future).
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    I see folks saying that these are so easy but then I also see sample questions that don't seem as easy as everyone says....granted you never know about test questions...for ex uCertify seems to not be great. Can anyone shed light of an example question without sharing any real questions?
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