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    Default How much change?

    First off, thanks for this forum.

    I've just started studying for this cert., and I'm using SYBEX (my favourite for these types of certs.). The book I'm using is 2 years old (the new edition hasn't been released yet... due out in a month or two) and I'm just wondering if anyone knows how much the exam changed with the new 2003 objectives. Will I still be able to get through the exam with the old text, or should I wait till the new text is released? Also, are there any good practice questions for this cert.?
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    Some of my questions were already answered by the Moderator's posting.

    If you have similar questions check his post.
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    I noticed that they still list the exam objectives for the 2001 objectives:

    http://www.comptia.org/certification...objectives.asp

    If you compare the two docs you should be able to see what exactly changed and what was added.
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    I also posted a link to another article in the Sticky post you mentioned which might be helpful as well.
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