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    Default Best Practice Tests to Purchase for Security+

    I'm debating as to which practice tests to go with and wanted to ask if anyone knows or have any personal experience with either of these two:

    CompTIA Security+ Certification Practice Exams

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    CompTIA Security+ Get Certified Get Ahead: SY0-401 Practice Test Questions
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    Also, are there any good known iPhone apps that I purchase to run practice question on the go?
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    Also, are there any good known iPhone apps that I purchase to run practice question on the go?
    I am using Security+ app from Darril Gibson. Ease to use, you can practice specific topics and can do long tests and short tests, depending of how much time you got to kill.
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    I'm very close to buying the Get certified get ahead premium content since I've heard such good things about it on this forum and I've really liked Darril's book so far (about 75% the way thru).


    The premium content comes with flash cards and audio readings of the "remember this" sections of his book... not sure how easy it is doing either on a phone, but quizlet is a great little app for storing flashcards and it can give you back your cards in a test like format. It's hit and miss but still cool and free.
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    Darril Gibson. hands down
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    I've used Certmaster app on my Android and another one called CompTIA Training app. I'm not sure if they are available for iPhone, but I would think so.
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    Not heard of any apps, but best ones I've used are:

    MeasureUps (I used these for all my CompTIA and MS exams).
    - Paid for but extremely useful.
    - Designed to be similar difficulty to the real thing.
    - Test however you want, based per section or a full certification style test.
    - Review all right and wrong answers with descriptive detail.

    IT Certification Practice Tests and Exams | Online Courses | MeasureUp

    ExamCompass
    - Free but not as detailed or difficult.
    - Good for quick fact-based questions and answers.
    - Loads of tests to try out.

    CompTIA Security+ Practice Test Questions

    Hope this helps.
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