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    Default Project + vs Network + or Security +

    For those of you who have taken and passed the exam, how is it in terms of vagueness? If you have taken the Security + then you know what I am talking about. The questions are not straight forward at time. I am wondering if this is the same with Project +. I interviewed with a company for a project administrator position so I decided to buy the Kindle version of the Heldman book. Is this book enough to pass the test? Thanks.
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    No, these are two total different worlds. Look, SEC+ and PROJECT+ are both great certs. Project+ is not really that recognized (but I went for it which allowed me to get PMP within a year). SEC+ also helps me go for CISSP within 6 months. They are both great certifications. Do not study for both at the same time. Amazon will be your best friend for shopping for books. To help pass project+ and sec+, look for CBT Nugget videos. They helped me pass last year.
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    Thanks for the info. I already have the Sec + and really bought the Project + book to give me a quick overview because I have a face-to-face interview tomorrow with the company. They know I don't have any formal project management experience which is fine because this is an entry-level role. I would just like to be able to answer a few questions correctly if they decide to ask. Also, just wanted to tell them that I bought study materials after the initial phone interview as a gesture that I do indeed want the job and am willing to learn inside and outside of work.
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