New Exam?

toddvbtoddvb Member Posts: 12 ■□□□□□□□□□
Passed N+ this afternoon.
85 questions/90 minutes.
At least 20 questions on OS10 and Unix, many being very OS specific (e.g. what files to edit, unix commands, etc.).
Even assuming all beta questions were in these areas, seemed like a lot.
Would have to say that 30-40 questions I had never seen before in any form (via this site, Comptia.org, TP's Certblaster, several free onlines).
No drag-n-drop, identify connector, or IP classes questions at all!
I realize that random question pulls make each takers testing expierience a matter of luck, but with foreign topics on each of my first 10 questions, I was afraid I was sitting the wrong test!
Anyone else have a similar expierience or comments?


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    johnnyg5646johnnyg5646 Member Posts: 173
    I took the test back in january. I was very surprised to see UNIX specific questions on the exam! Luckily I had some UNIX experience from college. There is nothing more annoying than studying for a test with several sources and STILL being surprised on the exam. But, in all fairness, I think that is why CompTIA suggests experience. The experience is supposed to be what fills in the gap. icon_wink.gif

    How did you end up doing?
    BS - Computer Science
    MS - Computer Information Systems
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    toddvbtoddvb Member Posts: 12 ■□□□□□□□□□
    683, making me wonder if more that 5 questions were betas.

    I flat-out guessed on enough questions to expect around 600.

    Oh well, I better not complain or the exam gods will get me really good next time. icon_rolleyes.gif

    As for experience, I have 19 years.
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    Ricka182Ricka182 Member Posts: 3,359
    i remain, he who remains to be....
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