From the "Pass is a Pass" department

jim_staszjim_stasz Member Posts: 123
670 on my Network+ test this morning.

Very few questions on....
What each OSI layer does
What devices at what OSI layer
What protocol at what OSI layer
What port / protocol

A bunch of questions on....
IP addressing
OS X and Unix

Is the Network+ test adaptive? If it is that would explain my question ratios.

Security+ is next.


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    porengoporengo Member Posts: 343
    Congrats on your pass! icon_thumright.gif

    CompTIA has moved away from adaptive exams. However, they do pull from a pool of questions, and you may have been lucky enough to get the questions you had received.
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    JiggsawwJiggsaww Member Posts: 195
    boss don't study that........ah pass is most def ah pass icon_lol.gif (another member of the pass is ah pass club)
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    petedudepetedude Member Posts: 1,510
    jim_stasz wrote:
    670 on my Network+ test this morning.

    Yes, a pass is a pass. Certainly true. But darned if I didn't kick myself a little for not getting higher scores on a lot of the exams I've taken and passed.
    Even if you're on the right track, you'll get run over if you just sit there.
    --Will Rogers
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    jim_staszjim_stasz Member Posts: 123
    Wouldn't you love to see the questions / answers of the questions you got wrong after you passed? I can understand them not giving it to you if you failed.
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    vexvex Member Posts: 113
    Congrats on the pass
    Ancient Certs:
    Exam 70-064: Implementing and Supporting Microsoft Windows® 95
    Exam 70-067: Implementing and Supporting Microsoft Windows NT Server 4.0
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    rechevarriarechevarria Member Posts: 6 ■□□□□□□□□□
    :D Cool, I also passed to day and yeah, a pass is a pass, some of the questions on the test are about stuff you will probably see very little of. What matters is that you are certified.

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    jescabjescab Inactive Imported Users Posts: 1,321
    CONGRATZ dude..........
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