Tips for a newbie Network+

fishruntfishrunt Posts: 1Registered Users ■□□□□□□□□□
Hello,

I currently have no experience whatsoever in this material. I was wondering how and what I could do to get started in preparing for this exam. I started reading into this and would like some tips or material as to what I can do to expand my knowledge on the Network+ material.

Thank you,

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  • lloris_20lloris_20 Posts: 45Member ■■□□□□□□□□
    Just refer to the rest of the threads, you will find resources to study.

    start off with prof messer videos and use a comptia study guide for N+.
  • Moldygr33nb3anMoldygr33nb3an Posts: 241Member
    fishrunt wrote: »
    Hello,

    I currently have no experience whatsoever in this material. I was wondering how and what I could do to get started in preparing for this exam. I started reading into this and would like some tips or material as to what I can do to expand my knowledge on the Network+ material.

    Thank you,


    Youtube has a free Network + course. Professor Messer.

    Just start watching those videos one by one. Best thing to do is allocate 1 hour per day M-F and 2 hours Sat-Sun. Don't be afraid to rewatch a video if you don't understand the material. Back when I learned subnetting, I had to watch the videos probably 4-5 times until I finally got it. lol.
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  • PhalanxPhalanx I have many leatherbound books... United KingdomPosts: 330Member ■■■□□□□□□□
    You could take a look at perhaps doing a MTA: Networking Fundamentals before going for Network+. I took the MTA last week and it has set me up nicely to continue into Network+. There is even a free video series over at ITPro.tv that they give for free on it.
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  • Skyliinez92Skyliinez92 Level 99 Wizard Posts: 783Mod Mod
    I can vouch for what everyone has said so far. I did the MTA in Networking Fundamentals first then moved onto Professor Messer to pass the Network+ exam. Also try to get a lot of practical experience wherever you can. I was lucky to land a job as a sysadmin before my Net+ so I had hands-on experience with patching and routing.
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